THE Wanderers end game must surely be in sight, but what it is?

Scenario 1

Wanderers collapse into administration a week before the winding-up hearing. Then a pre-prepared package "phoenix" company steps in to buy the club at a knock-down price. It will, probably, be run by the usual suspects, but with many of the financial pressures removed.

Scenario 2

Into administration and the club is bought by the people who are currently doing due diligence, but also at a knock-down price. Why would they cough up the asking price now when all they need is a bit of patience?

Twelve-point deduction for going into administration? This is now academic because it will happen anyway.

Richard Davies

Heath Charnock