Coventry Live say a consortium is ready to step in to try and help save Nuneaton Borough.

Much to his delight, Jimmy Ginnelly, acting chairman and first team manager, said he hopes that some of the huge bills that have weighed down the troubled club should be paid off this week.

This is largely down to investors coming forward to get behind the momentum he is building at Liberty Way to drag the club out of the more.

Unable to reveal details about the consortium yet, he said the positive talks have advanced and funds are being released to the club.

“We are hoping to pay the HMRC bill this week,” he said.

“This will stop the winding up order. That is a big step forward.

“We are also working with our other football creditors.”

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