Ground safety certificate will be in place at Hereford United, says Grays Athletic's Joel Nathan

Advisor Joel Nathan. Photograph by: Michael Casey - Yourthurrock.com

Advisor Joel Nathan. Photograph by: Michael Casey - Yourthurrock.com

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ADVISOR Joel Nathan assures supporters that ‘everything is in hand’ to satisfy the safety certificate for Hereford United’s ground.

United cannot play home matches in front of spectators until Herefordshire Council is satisfied with the club’s ground safety measures.

Nathan said: “Everything is in place and the fire people have checked it out and it is all in hand.

“We know what we have to do but it’s hard to understand that a stadium fit for the Conference in May suddenly becomes unfit a short time later.”

Nathan, who has not been at Edgar Street this week, added: “I won’t be commenting on finances anymore and the leases are not something that I am involved with.

“I am helping Hereford on the football side. But the former players will be paid – that’s all I can say.”

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2:00pm Fri 18 Jul 14

Whatabouttheleases? says...

Nathan says "I won't be commenting on finances..."
Nathan says "But former players will be paid"
Spot the contradiction.

How many times are we going to hear that creditors will be paid? Not believable any more.

Can the council confirm that the club have been in touch about the safety certificate? Last we heard in the HT they hadn't been. With Mr Nathan's track record commenting on HUFC, this should be taken with a pinch of salt unless there is hard evidence to back it up.
Nathan says "I won't be commenting on finances..." Nathan says "But former players will be paid" Spot the contradiction. How many times are we going to hear that creditors will be paid? Not believable any more. Can the council confirm that the club have been in touch about the safety certificate? Last we heard in the HT they hadn't been. With Mr Nathan's track record commenting on HUFC, this should be taken with a pinch of salt unless there is hard evidence to back it up. Whatabouttheleases?
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