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Better news for ailing Cherries

07 April 2008 02:25
Bournemouth's future appear to be more secure after the club's joint administrator revealed that two bids had been made for the Cherries. Gerald Krasner confirmed the news on Monday morning and it is believed the offers are from a consortium fronted by Marc Jackson and another group led by chairman Jeff Mostyn. Krasner has revealed that if one of the bids is accepted then the club should not have to be liquidated, as seemed likely last week. The Cherries, who had ten points deducted after moving into administration earlier this season, remain in the League One relegation zone despite a recent upturn in fortunes on the pitch.

Source: ESA