Football: SAVE THE DRAGONS; Don't let Wrexham DIE.
THE threat of eviction The removal of a tenant from possession of premises in which he or she resides or has a property interest done by a landlord either by reentry upon the premises or through a court action. hanging over Wrexham FC has been halted by the administrators running the club's affairs.
The administrators propose legal action to resist the notice to quit notice to quit n. the notice given by a landlord (owner) to a tenant) to leave the premises (quit) either by a certain date (usually 30 days) or to pay overdue rent or correct some other default (having pets, having caused damage, too many roommates, using the the Racecourse Ground
The Racecourse Ground (Y Cae Ras in Welsh) is a stadium located in Wrexham, North Wales. on July 21 served by club owner Alex Hamilton.
It means that, in the short term, at least, Wrexham will continue to play at the Racecourse.
But the future of the club still hangs in the balance and a buyer must be found for the Dragons to survive.
That's why we are replacing our countdown to eviction with a simple message which we will carry every day to highlight the club's perilous situation and our unwavering support for its plight.
Wrexham FC is the oldest Football League club in Wales and the only professional side in North Wales. It cannot be allowed to disappear.
Save the Dragons. Don't let Wrexham die