ITV has broadcast an interview with Tommy Agombar, recorded earlier today. Agombar said:
"As soon as someone said Hereford was for sale I thought lovely. A beautiful club, everyone knows Hereford. But, massive debts down here. When I come into the club they said it was £300,000 now it's £1.3million.
"All we want to do is make the club self sustainable."
HUST Vice Chairman Martin Watson was also interviewed: "It's been touch and go so many times this year. We've been like a cat with nine lives. We've used eight of them we've been in court that many times. We'll be just pleased to kick off in August."
The piece then went back to Agombar: "It's a brilliant club. If we can, you know, wipe it's mouth as such it'll go onwards and upwards."