As minutes tick away, and the club's future remains in the balance, more and more questions are raised about the club's new owners.
The name of Stephen Vaughan raised its ugly head again overnight, with claims of a deal with a Birmingham based property company with his name attached to a new development in Hereford.
Agombar has told the few people to have reached him that he has settled the vast majority of wages, but the truth is far different. A handful of staff have received partial, small, payments to maintain the illusion that all is well at the club.
The grass is being cut, phones are being answered, and the trialists have a laundered kit and physio to take care of their problems.
But peel off the sticking plaster, and the truth remains of unpaid wages and creditors banging at the door. The hundreds of thousands that Agombar promised fans he would invest this week has actually been a trickle of pounds.
None of the players are yet to be paid, leaving the club still under a transfer embargo and the settlement of football creditors will be a demand of the Southern League at today's meeting.
The few club staff to remain were chasing round to get a £765 brewery bill paid yesterday afternoon with stocks in the bars rapidly running out.
And then the news of the attempts to transfer the leases away from the club, having put only a minimal amount in while every single person with a connection to the club before May has been repeatedly lied to.
We demand answers. Not at Monday's forum - Now.