Bulls fans remain in the dark about the progress of payment to football creditors.
New owner Tommy Agombar is understood to have been at the ground today, but both players and trade creditors have told BN that they are yet to be paid or be contacted about their due sums. BBC Hereford & Worcester have also been trying to speak to Agombar today without success.
There remains some confusion over the deadlines imposed by the Conference. Several Conference clubs have named a Thursday deadline for the payments to have been made, but the Conference Twitter account talked of cleared funds on Monday.
The club, apart from the Bulls, most keen on the situation is Chester. They report on their official site:
The Football Conference had initially set a deadline for payments of football creditors to be made by 5pm, on Thursday 4th June. However, this was then amended to 10am on Saturday 6th June. Following review by the Football Conference board, this has now given a third deadline of Thursday 11th June, although both clubs mentioned need to have confirmation of cleared funds relating to their outstanding football creditors.
Conference spokesman Colin Peake has told the Hereford Times the following: “There is a certain amount of money that both clubs needed to deposit with the Conference today and there are other conditions which must be met later in the week."