King's Lynn face Conference expulsion
Paddy Davitt King's Lynn have been threatened with expulsion from the Conference over ground grading issues.
King's Lynn have been threatened with expulsion from the Conference over ground grading issues.
Linnets' chairman Ken Bobbins confirmed today the club have 14 days to launch an appeal against demotion after failing to meet Conference deadlines on remedial work to the council-owned Walks Stadium.
Bobbins revealed the Borough Council have agreed to carry out an estimated �250,000 upgrade ahead of next season's league kick off but this has been rejected by Conference officials.
Bobbins plans further talks with Borough Council officials early next week ahead of launching the club's appeal to stay in the Conference set-up.
Lynn would be demoted to the Unibond Premier if they lose their appeal with a huge potential financial impact on the club's playing squad and on going attempts to attract potential investment.
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