This from the official site:
Tommy Agombar introduced himself as the new owner of Hereford United to staff today.
Following a busy morning in the club boardroom Tommy reassured staff that all payments and wages due to themselves, players and football creditors would be paid in full this week, subject to Conference status.
Tommy then spoke to the club's official website about his plans for Hereford United going forward.
"I'm a football man and I want what is the very best for Hereford United and it's supporters, they've endured a very hard time in recent months and years and we have to put things in place to avoid that happening again.
"I want to see the club back in the Football League as soon as possible and I'm confident that we can do that.
"We are currently liaising with the Football Conference regarding the club's current situation, we are striving to get the best result possible for the club.
"We are aware that supporters understandably worried that we'll just come into the club, develop the two ends and then disappear, but that's not going to happen.
"If I had been approached about buying a football club I would probably not of even entertained it, but this is Hereford United, a great little club with a fantastic history.
"I fully understand that supporters have plenty of questions that they want answered, and we will arrange a fans forum that will give everyone a chance to put forward their questions."