Conflict of interest at Truro City?
The Conference and the Football Association are looking into a possible conflict of interest between Salisbury City and Truro City arising from the deal that saved the Cornish club.
The overdue wages of Truro players were paid by CGA Holdings, the company of the chairman of Salisbury City, William Harrison-Allen. He insisted that he was not investing in Truro City and it was a property deal that had nothing to do with football.
Truro's ground was bought for £2.28m by Jojo Investments, a company formed in June. It has one shareholder, a London solicitor.