Cherries face uncertain future

03 April 2008 02:49
Bournemouth administrator Gerald Krasner has warned the ailing club could face closure unless a suitable new owner can be found. Krasner issued the warning after a buyout by a consortium led by chairman Jeff Mostyn aiming to save the south coast club collapsed. The Cherries are reportedly £4million in debt and are highly likely to be playing League Two football next season as they are currently nine points adrift of safety. "If people in the area do not wish to support the football club by making a bid then one of the options is to close the club down," claimed Krasner.

Source: ESA