Poole Out? Maybe, Maybe Not, But The Fight For Wrexham Continues

It has been another strange, confusing week at Wrexham Football Club. The last time we reported on what has been going on there, it seemed as if a deal had been done and that the Wrexham Supporters Trust were at the point of losing out in their bid to take over the running of the club. While one potential bidder – although whether there was anything substantial behind her intention to bid for the club had become more and more questionable as the weeks had progressed – Stephanie Booth, had all but withdrawn from the process, but a deal had, it seemed, been reached between the club’s owners, Geoff Moss and Ian Roberts, and a consortium led by Jon Harris to complete the purchase of the club. Nothing at Wrexham, however, it was it seems for long and we noted last week that the battle for the custodianship of the club ddidn’t end with the apparent Harris take-over, especially since it still contained the involvement of Colin Poole, whose directorship ban and the fact that he had been struck off as a solicitor might, you would have thought, have made him a curious choice to act as a “consultant” to the new owner. Was Poole putting money into the club? If so, how much? Were we to believe that, if he was, that he was to have no say...

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