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I think the obvious thing is that the national media haven't picked up on the story, only the local media seems to be going mad with the scaremongering and I think this is because the nationals are probably aware things will be okay.

Let's hope news of the sale comes soon.

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The HMRC is a concern, Hardy tried to offer £50k broken down in 4 weeks which would total the £200k owed but that was rejected. It makes you wonder if the people forcing the issue want the money in one go just to be awkward.

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I am focusing on the football rather than the takeover or off the field issues. I think it would be important if we all did the same.

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17 minutes ago, NCRichie said:

I am focusing on the football rather than the takeover or off the field issues. I think it would be important if we all did the same.

Thats probably the best way to actually enjoy the game, otherwise its just too much worrying over whats going to happen.

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Paragon may be in administration, but if they force us into admin too most of the money the club owes them will go up in smoke. So it suits them to play a waiting game in the hope that our buyer will pay the debt in full.

What we can only speculate is how any buyer would act. They might cough up the money in the hope of keeping us in the League - getting out of the Conference can take years, just ask Wrexham, and surely any buyer would want to take us up the leagues. On the other hand, if the club does go into admin they could pick it up for much less. That would be a risky approach if there are other potential buyers in the picture. On the other hand, they could be more inclined to wait until the club goes into administration if it looks as if we're going down anyway. So a result today could actually help matters off the pitch too.

Isn't it amazing how everything has unravelled since August? :(

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Theres more fear that we will just not gain enough points the way notts are playing even though relegation and administration is a concern.

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I’m getting really concerned about the future of the magpies both financially  And league stable. The HMRC are involved that’s not good at all it means they want there pound of flesh.

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It's a very bumpy road being a Notts fan, just when you give up hope something good happens but it doesn't last nearly long enough. I am sorry, I think Notts are as good as relegated now.

There must be something special to keep this lot up.

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