Truro City crisis deepens
The crisis at Truro City has deepened with players' wages not paid by the deadline they set yesterday. It's uncertain what sort of team they will field at their opening fixture at Billericay Town. Apart from anything else, the cost of transporting a team from Cornwall to Essex is substantial and any coach operator is likely to want payment up front.
Chairman Kevin Heaney has not been contactable and there is speculation that he may be going into hospital for an operation which could sideline him for several months.
Mark Woolcock, who was appointed chief executive only weeks ago, was not due to return from holiday until today, and in any case he is rumoured to have been suspended.