Your way forward is Sedgeley Park and supporters run club, surely the kidds have full responsibility for running up the debt and not the fans, ditch them for their disingenuous mess and try to negotiate a debt free restart even if it means a drop down with us as a consequence, I truly hope the Lions survive and love going to the park!
You have a very good point in terms of the debt, in the circumstance that the Trust does take over the running of the club. Would it be realistic for supporters to be inspired to go the extra mile, do things on a matchday to help reduce overheads and run fundraisers etc, if the end result is to pay off historic debts run up by the Kidds previously running the club in stealth mode? Personally I think not. If the focus was instead on securing a better future for the club, it would be a very different matter.
Plus, pragmatically speaking, given - the likely scale of the playing budget if the Trust took control, the ongoing uncertainty and present status of the squad, plus the possible number of relegation slots next season (the latter being dependent on the RFL finally specifying what it is going to do in terms of restructuring the leagues) - Ian Watson will have to be a miracle worker to avoid the drop happening anyway.
Another sticky area if the home venue is to be Park Lane is the question of minimum standards. Whilst the Trust was not party to whatever negotiations took place, the indications from John Kidd in 2011 were that the RFL would not allow Championship level rugby to be played at Park Lane without there being significant investment (a figure in the region of £60k was mentioned if I remember rightly). That was part of the reasoning given to the fans for the move to the LSV.
However! There is simply no getting away from the bottom line that in order for Swinton Lions to get anywhere near its full potential ever again requires a new ground in the Swinton area. Playing at Park Lane would provide a relatively low cost venue and in the short term could be the right move as a means of survival, but it can never be a receipe to grow Swinton Lions. It would be a case of the Lions surviving on a gradually eroding hardcore of support. The fact Park Lane is outside the City Boundaries has major implications for aspects such as funding for community work and suchlike.
I would love to believe that bringing a new ground into being in M27 (especially as central as the suggested site at the former St Ambrose Barlow High School) could be achieveable through voluntary efforts, but in truth that is unlikely so long as the Council takes its existing stance of not being prepared to put any cash into the facilitation. Consequently my feeling is that the Koukash interest has to be the way to go, provided a deal can be done that gives the right basis for subsequent progress to be actually delivered on. My gut feeling is that Dr Koukash has pretty sound judgement of the conditions he needs as a starting point and those are the things presently being worked on.