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Just read this on the Distant Vics (Northwich) weekly newsletter

 

CONFERENCE RAMBLINGS

Halifax Town Supporters' Trust have been told that the Shaymen will

play in the UniBond League Division One North next season. And the

deadline for an application, whether from the David Bosomworth-led

consortium of the fans' organisation, is 5pm on Tuesday June 24th.

The two bodies must first decide which will submit the initial

written application, which has to be in by 1pm on Friday ahead of

the league's AGM on Saturday.

And the league had emphasised that only one application will be

considered.

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From this weeks newsletter - looks like they are defiitely in

 

The UniBond League is set to accept a Halifax team into its Division

One North.

After weeks of negotiations the consortium finally accepted defeat in

trying to re-start the club at a higher level up the non-League

Pyramid.

UniBond League secretary Phil Bradley confirmed the news after

Friday's lunchtime deadline was extended, because the consortium had

accepted conditions of membership but not the division.

"The business consortium has now accepted its team will be playing in

UniBond Division One North," he said.

"We would expect everything to go through at Saturday`s annual

meeting.

"We told the consortium a place in our premier division was not for

discussion."

The consortium last week appealed against Halifax Town's expulsion

from the Football Conference and that failed. Last month creditors

rejected a rescue package put together by the consortium for the club

which went into adminstration in March with more than ?2 million

debts.

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