Plymouth Argyle staff demand boardroom action on crisis
Plymouth staff call for solution to cash crisis
Plymouth Argyle's staff have released a statement calling on the club's board to find a solution to the financial crisis engulfing Home Park.
The board meet on Friday to discuss options for the club's future, with administration looking likely.
The statement read: "We urge all directors to put aside any personal interests and act only in the best interests of Plymouth Argyle.
"We call for the board to reach a clear, concise and workable solution."
"We believe that Friday's board meeting is probably the most important in Plymouth Argyle's 124-year history."
The club, whose staff have not been paid since the end of January,
issued a 'notice of intention' to
appoint an administrator last week, an action seen as the first step on the path towards administration.
The statement continued: "We believe that tough decisions need to be made at the board meeting to secure the club's future.
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"We appreciate that the consequences of such may not be palatable for individual shareholders, as indeed, it might not be for individual members of staff.
"However, what is paramount is the survival and future of Plymouth Argyle.
"We are currently working without pay and with no indication of when we will next be paid because we want the club to survive."
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