ANOTHER of Ken Anderson’s attempts to sell Wanderers collapses.

It is clear his perception of how much it is worth is different to everyone else's.

Given the list of the club’s creditors it does not take a financial expert to work out its net asset value is, at best, zero.

Add the level of investment required to get the club back into Premier League contention and it is easy to see why no one will pay the asking price.

With winding-up petitions imminent and police advising him to stay away from games, Anderson should have sold the club for £1 and headed back to his Monaco haven.

Tony Hutchinson