The HUST Board held an informal meeting with the business group led by Jon Hale last Thursday.
The Board were able to find out more information about the members of the group, and engage in a question and answer session on the outline plans presented. The plans would give HUST an important role in a new club that would ultimately lead to HUST being major shareholders.
It must be stressed that these plans will only come into effect if the current club ceases to exist, and the continued existence of Hereford United (1939) Ltd rests solely in the hands of majority owner Tommy Agombar.
The Board of HUST again call on Mr Agombar to make good on his promises to pay the outstanding staff and player wages at Edgar Street, the debts to the Council, and the outstanding winding up petitions.
The latest of these promises was made to staff last week, with cheques promised to be sent out yesterday (Monday, June 30th).
The Board also calls on Mr Agombar to make a clear public statement of his intentions without further delay. To find out the outcome of yesterday’s Court hearing from the officials of another club is absolutely deplorable, with the flow of information coming from Edgar Street all but ceased.
1st July, 2014.