Eriksson: County project went bad
Eriksson was appointed to his position last summer by new owners Munto Finance but they have now left the club and County are seeking fresh investment to boost their move through the leagues. On the day County's FA Cup third round tie with Forest Green Rovers fell victim to the weather, Eriksson told BBC Radio Five Live's Sportsweek: "It's on hold at the moment unfortunately, because things went bad. "But hopefully in just a couple of weeks it'll take off again. That's our hope. I still believe it is possible but what we need is money. It's not easy if you want to reach the Premier League from where we are."
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