Any Symons said this on another thread:-
I think we are now entering the endgame. my fear is that one potential outcome is liquidation. Heaney hasn't the money to complete, Guilfoyle seems hell-bent upon not giving the contingency plan a chance to complete, so after that what is there? If Guilfoyle (or perhaps more importantly, the Senior Partners at Guilfoyle's firm) decide that liquidation provides the best option for maximising their fees, then it's Goodnight Vienna.
For the first time ever, I believe that liquidation is now a virtual certainty.
Jeremy Priestly, Brenda's boss, will not take on the risk of £230k of wages and now, with the news that Brenda is taking Heaney to court, for that money, is a sign of a rift between the two parties.
JB won't be let on yet, because of the exclusivity so that's a major problem, as JB will not be held to ransom on the 12th August, as he asks the question, 'how come we have 24 hours and the PB had 4 months'.
This is all going to end up in the courts, with lawyers getting richer and OUR club being consigned to history as a professional football club.
Heaney has screwed us, Brenda and Hinchliff have screwed us, as this has been terribly handled all the way through.
I'm afraid that PAFC will be no more, and I'm too upset to say anything else.