'Advisor' Andy Lonsdale has told the Hereford Times that 'most people have a chequered past'.
He admitted to the paper that Tommy Agombar 'may not pass' the FA's Owners And Directors Test due to his history, while Joel Nathan claimed that Agombar's namesake son was no longer a Director of the club - despite still being listed at Companies House.
Agombar junior is banned from football sine die by the Essex County FA for non-payment of fines.
Nathan also says that a new Chairman will be announced shortly - despite the Southern League handbook listing Lonsdale, who is not currently a Director according to Companies House, as holding that role.
Meanwhile, Lonsdale has taken another swipe at Bulls News for our coverage of his environmental terrorism at Feltham's former ground. Lonsdale claims our coverage comes from speaking to 'a local resident':
“I was exonerated by the council and Bulls News have spoken to a local resident about his side of the story – they haven’t asked me for my side. The council set up a strategic review and I was exonerated."
The Council's Scrutiny committee (press report here) said 'there is reason to doubt' the evidence Lonsdale presented to the committee, while the dozen or so Councillors and local residents we spoke to were somewhat less than complimentary of Lonsdale's actions.