I suspect the only real financial loser here from the process is the tax payer. Wasn't the liquidation effected by the Inland Revenue when the Capital Gains Tax due from the sale of Southbury Road didn't get paid over?
It seems to me its a miracle that the Liquidator allowed this to go for so long; only time will tell whether that helps or hinders EFC efforts in the future.
One final point. I wonder how Ware FC feel about this; I can't imagine that the financial benefits (bar takings, etc.)from hosting ESL football will be particulalry lucrative. And if the FA enforces its view of future promotion from level 5, it might last a while.
For the first part of your post.
I know for a FACT that an offer was put to them but they rejected it, the club did everything it could to please them.
It can only help as we are now away from any of the "that t**t's" debts and can only move on from here!! Look what the club has done since Nov 2003, WITHOUT help from anyone, just think what we can do now we are away from that!!!!!!
And that last bit.
With respect to Ware, its nothing to do with them. They didnt mind when we were Ryman Div 2 and had low gates, why would that cahange now!!!???
I belive we as a club we can only get stronger and stronger now this has happened. Save or print this off cos you herd it here first!