One of the Hereford United supporters on today's funeral march was John Hancock from Woolhope. Pictured on the left, John has been supporting the club for 66 years.
BN asked him why he was on the march.
"I've come here just to try and emphasize the fact that, as far as I'm concerned, the Council should not even be talking, much less discussing, about leases with this regime that has come in to take 57% of the shares.
"They should not talk to them until all creditors have been paid in full.
"Delaying tactics that's all it is. None of us really know the outcome.
"I think this march will get the message across to the Council.
"We've lobbied the Council. Most, if not all of them, are aware of what the situation is, this will just re-emphasize it today.
"The debt to the Council is £67k and my honest feeling is that they are never going to get any money out of the regime anyway.
"So if we go into liquidation, or whatever, they can not lose.
"There's only one way it can go now, the club as we've known it has basically gone. No way can it come back, no one is going to put that money out.
"As supporters now we have to go in and take it over from the beginning, run it as it should be run.
"Anything is better than what we've got at the moment.
"It's like losing a member of the family."