Hereford United's winding-up order is listed as case number 42 at Royal Courts of Justice in London

Hereford Times: Hereford United's winding-up order will be case number 42 at Royal Courts of Justice in London Hereford United's winding-up order will be case number 42 at Royal Courts of Justice in London

THE winding up order against Hereford United Football Club is on track to be heard at the Royal Courts of Justice in London on Monday.

The club is listed as case number 42 in the companies court winding-up section.

The morning's hearing is due to start at 10.30am.

The petition is being brought against United by former manager Martin Foyle, whom is still owed unpaid wages.

MP Jesse Norman has written a letter to HMRC, who are also owed money by United, to recover all their outstanding money from the club.

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5:51am Sat 28 Jun 14

B the B says...

Couldn't care less about him and his money. As managers go he was poor
Couldn't care less about him and his money. As managers go he was poor B the B
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2:20pm Sun 29 Jun 14

Taurus kings acre says...

A bitter man who failed to produce the right sort of player commitment required to enable Hereford United to remain a serious football entity.
Sure he should be paid but winding up a club you managed and contributed hugely to their plight? Guy clearly has little empathy, no doubt his pride as well as his bank balance is badly dented. SAD MAN, Should have gone sooner, but that is the directors fault.
A bitter man who failed to produce the right sort of player commitment required to enable Hereford United to remain a serious football entity. Sure he should be paid but winding up a club you managed and contributed hugely to their plight? Guy clearly has little empathy, no doubt his pride as well as his bank balance is badly dented. SAD MAN, Should have gone sooner, but that is the directors fault. Taurus kings acre
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11:09am Mon 30 Jun 14

liketoknow says...

obviously 2 sides to every story, but what seems to be overlooked is that people have been putting in a day's work ; good bad or indifferent and not getting paid . what other industry would that be considered acceptable?
obviously 2 sides to every story, but what seems to be overlooked is that people have been putting in a day's work ; good bad or indifferent and not getting paid . what other industry would that be considered acceptable? liketoknow
  • Score: 1
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