Hereford United in court on Monday to seek adjournment to winding-up petition

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HEREFORD United have failed to reach agreement with former manager Martin Foyle and will have to attend court on Monday to seek an adjournment of the winding up petition brought against them.

Representatives of the club's new investors will seek extra time to come to an agreement with the ex-United boss.

In a statement released on the official web site, Hereford United said that negotiations had continued throughout Friday but no agreement could be reached.

'Representatives of the consortium who have taken on a major shareholding in Hereford United' failed to reach agreement with Foyle, says the website.

 

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7:35pm Fri 30 May 14

Mr Tea says...

David Keyte has to be one of the worst chairmen in Hereford's history?

Poor Archie Phillips will be turning in his grave.

Keyte needs to leave HUFC and never set foot in the city again.
David Keyte has to be one of the worst chairmen in Hereford's history? Poor Archie Phillips will be turning in his grave. Keyte needs to leave HUFC and never set foot in the city again. Mr Tea
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6:41am Sat 31 May 14

B the B says...

HUFC are in a complete shambles, what on earth has he done to the club. I said it before but this is what happens when you have a pretend Alan Sugar as a chairman.
I cant see how they will survive all this, who, half decent, would want to come and play or manage here.
HUFC are in a complete shambles, what on earth has he done to the club. I said it before but this is what happens when you have a pretend Alan Sugar as a chairman. I cant see how they will survive all this, who, half decent, would want to come and play or manage here. B the B
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3:25pm Sat 31 May 14

Hugh-G-Rection says...

Keyte makes me sick. Just p off and never come back. Fat git
Keyte makes me sick. Just p off and never come back. Fat git Hugh-G-Rection
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