I think it was the Administrators who told the Courier that now was probably the time for a new, supporter owned club.
I received a phone call later that evening from Trust Chair at the time, Pam Burton, telling me that she had spoken to DB and he had said that they had no interest about forming a new club. Pam had previously been dead against being involved in forming a new club with both Pam and Roger Bottomley saying they didnt have the energy for any such thing. But in this phone call Pam was fully energised about ensuring a football existed in one form or another.
However, at the meeting the Trust held at the Shay on the following Sunday afternoon, it became clear the consortium were still umming and ahing given how it was hijacked by people who turned up with no intention of supporting any supporter formed club.
The best was former director Richard Harrison, himself a life long supporter, who had been on the board made up mainly of supporters, who said it would be impossible for the supporters to form a club.