Salisbury director Mark Winter has blasted the FA over the requirements for people to past the Owners and Directors Test, formerly the 'fit and proper' test.
In a lengthy article, on the club's website here (link), Winter says:
The FA, and the Conference haven’t helped either with a farcical fit and proper test to become a director, or a major shareholder in a football club. If you want to own a premier league club, you have to provide proof of funds and be scrutinised completely. For Football league, you have to provide passport, proof of address, driving licence, and details of all previous football and non-football directorships. For non-league, a P.O box in Dubai and an email address is all you need it seems. This will be followed up in Parliament by our own MP John Glen and the Minister for sport. Perhaps it could lead to a change for the good in the future, but it does not help this club right here and now.
Winter expects the club to fail to meet the Conference deadline for payment on July 4th and for the Whites to therefore have no team for 2014/15.