Lakeside. Bit strong claiming that the current board sent the old club bust.
As I remember it was the directors of Hornets 1871 that put it into administration after they couldn't pay a £55k tax bill, nothing to do with the current setup. It actually transpired that they'd actually run up debts if a whopping £190k again nothing to do with the current setup.
The current board were also not responsible for what effectively turned out to be selling Hornets biggest asset, their share if Spotland, possibly worth in the millions of pounds for fifty thousand.
If that all amounts to good business from so called business men/women then I'll stick with the Co-op if its all the same.
If the rumors are correct we will know alot more about what is / was fact / fiction very soon lets keep an open mind