Former Hereford United boss, Martin Foyle, has issued a winding up petition against the club. The manager left last March after he became concerned about the club’s financial status.
Hereford United was aware of Foyle’s intentions and is planning to pay back the debt fully, according to their statement. The Chairman, David Keyte, has assured there is new investment for the club.
Hereford United stopped a winding up petition earlier this year in April by paying HMRC £78,000 in tax they owed. While they may have avoided legal action, the club still owes £225,000 to creditors, including HMRC, other clubs and Hereford players.
The hearing date for the winding up petition is Monday 2nd June.