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Business representatives from Hereford United Supporters Trust are proposing to create a new supporter led football club for the whole community in the event that Hereford United goes into administration.
The trust has presented Herefordshire Council with a comprehensive business plan, which the council has agreed to consider if the current club goes into administration.
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Businesses in Hereford say it is an extremely worrying time after their local club was booted out of the Football Conference after not paying its debts, despite being given extra deadlines.
Hereford United, which is 90-years-old this month, admitted it could not pay the required £350,000 bond to stay in the league.
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A pub owner in Hereford says he will be affected financially by the expulsion of Hereford United from the Football Conference.
Andy Loizou owns a pub near to Hereford's Edgar Street ground, which is a matchday favourite with fans.
Councillor Jim Kenyon, from Hereford City and Herefordshire County Council said benefits to the city will cease.
He spoke to ITV News Central following the announcement that the club will not play Conference football next year, because they failed to pay their debts.
The future of Hereford United is 'terrifying', according to a member of the club's Supporters' Trust.
Martin Watson said the club have not been at such a low level since 1924 in the Birmingham League.
The MP for Hereford, Jesse Norman, has called on local councillors to help keep football in the city.
There are concerns about the future of The Bulls' Edgar Street stadium, following the club's expulsion from the Football Conference.
Comedian Omid Djalili has said he is 'gutted' after Hereford United's expulsion from the Football Conference.
The Bulls' membership from the competition has been revoked because they did not pay their football debts.
The decision means the club will drop down at least two divisions.
The money helped the club pay a looming tax-bill.
Later that month The Bulls narrowly avoided relegation on the final day of the season, at the expense of Chester.
Following yesterday's decision, Chester have now been reprieved from relegation.
"The Club (Hereford United) has confirmed it will not meet the requirements, to which it previously agreed, set by the Board of the Football Conference Ltd on Friday 6 June enabling the Club to retain its membership.
As the Club was advised at the above meeting, the Board has exercised its unanimous decision that should the Club fail to fulfil the requirements it would be expelled from the Competition and the Company under Article 5.2.
At the Annual General Meeting on 7 June of the Football Conference Ltd, the member Clubs agreed to an alternative Constitution for the 2014/15 season, in case of the above eventuality.
Chester FC will now be reprieved from relegation from the Premier Division and Hayes & Yeading United FC will be reprieved from relegation from Conference South."
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Hereford United owner Tommy Agombar gave this statement following the club's expulsion from the Football Conference.