There was a large number of people who helped during the period and helped save the club during this period.
They worked long hours starting early in morning and working into the early hours. Many get little credit but still go to matches. They sit or stand where they always have. We should thank them. Many go unrecognised .
Lifelong friendships were made and relationships broken through the strain at the time. Bridge The Gap and administration is really when the club was saved.
Most of what has happened since does not compare to facing the taxman trying to cease the business on a matter of principal. Should a footballer be paid his debt 100% where an employee of the club did not
I remember agreeing to administration as a quick in and out process. I would never change that however it really could have ended up so different and far more serious. One that could have ended so badly
Read what Nick Pomery says and remember a strong trust is one worth having and something supporters should be involved with
We had a back door plan to save Cambridge United, says former finance director Nick Pomery