This has been debated several times before on this forum, understandably. There are a few pretty big "ifs" there MKJ!
Tradition - hmmm, technically yes. But with little or no continuity of directors, supporters, players or even ground, the club is not recognisable as the EFC we all usd to support.
League status - welll yes you are in the Ryman Premier at the moment, and frankly recent form does suggest that survival is more than possible. However, is this sustainable in the medium and long terms, in the present situation? Presumably we can assume that EFC has not applied to join the possibly extended Conference next season? While EFC is almost certainly not going upwards, and in all honesty it looks like being a constant struggle against the drop, ETFC have all the potential for promotion.
If you can make it back to the borough - that's about the biggest "if" of all in the short/medium term, and has been discussed here at length. Location and funding are the main points, followed by timing. Clearly nothing will be ready for next season, and it is unlikely that a new stadium could be in place for the following season either - there are all the planning issues to consider. So in the meantime....? Next season?
It is interesting to speculate on attendances if you do ever make it back to the borough. Much would depned on whether Laz is still at the helm. Where will these 3-500 people come from? Most of the old EFC support is now with ETFC. Clearly a number refuse to watch either ETFC or EFC outside the borough and/or with Laz on board. If either or both of those cold be rectified, then yes, many would return. Then of course there will be new support, but this will be in competetion with ETFC, premiership clubs and Sky Sports. But 3-500? Maybe, but I'm not convinced - especially if you are not in the Ryman Prem by then.
All of which is complicated by the uncertainty about non-league restructuring.
We can but wait and see!