Swindon Town chairman Lee Power has won his High Court case against Jed McCrory who recently had talks with former Hereford United chairman David Keyte.
The case was in essence about who owned the club and a senior judge ruled in favour of Power earlier today.
Afterwards Power spoke to the media.
"We were dealing with rogues. There’s no other way to describe it, they’ve tried everything they can under the sun, as you can see by the evidence there and obviously by the judge’s summing up.
“Season tickets have stopped, sponsors have pulled out because of the uncertainty and it’s been left to myself and Sangita to financially pick up the pieces and fund the club because we’ve had no income.
“And secondly, our own reputations [have] been on the line and I feel that from when I took over there’s been, like some people, unsure about things.
“The only good thing out of this court case, hopefully now, was that the fans can now see what’s fact not hearsay - I’ve spent over £2m on this football club.
“I’ve tried and worked as hard as I can. Like the judge says in his summing up, I’ve done nothing, but tell the truth so I’m hoping now that the fans will get behind us and start buying the season tickets because I can’t do it on my own.
“We’ve got a job to do now, which is to try and sign some players, get a team ready for the start of the season, but we need the fans back on-side.
“Hopefully we’ve seen the back of these people. These aren’t the type of people we want in football."