HEREFORD United’s new mystery investors will be watching a trial game for the club in London next Saturday.
A sports management company, called SSGlobalSports, says the trials for United’s new team will take place at Bedfont FC.
SSGlobalSports’ Twitter page claims the trial “Will be watched by the new owners plus by pro-scouts representing over 12 pro clubs.”
United chairman David Keyte expects an investment deal to be concluded shortly but says those putting in the cash, believed to be based in London, want to remain anonymous.
Keyte says he expects to remain in the hot-seat after the investment has been confirmed.
Since United avoided relegation from the Conference Premier at Aldershot, then caretaker boss Pete Beadle has joined Sutton United and assistant Steve Jenkins, Merthyr Town.
Three people are understood to have been interviewed in London for the manager's job.
And fans’ message board speculation claims Terry Harris, the assistant boss of Luton Town, will be among those involved in a new-look Hereford United management team.
SSGlobalSports’ Twitter page says: “HIGH PROFILE PRO SHOWCASE/TRIAL GAME FOR HEREFORD UNITED(first team/u21s/youth team) WILL BE HELD ON SATURDAY MAY 31ST 2014 @ BEDFONT FC,"
“As a result of our last pro showcase game in nottingham, SIX players have been invited by NOTTS COUNTY, TRANMERE, BURY & BLACKBURN ROVERS.”