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Swindon ownership dispute set for High Court

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Swindon’s ownership dispute could be nearing a conclusion

A boardroom dispute between former Swindon Town owner Jed McCrory and current custodian Lee Power is set for a High Court resolution on June 26, according to the BBC.

McCrory, whose Seebeck 87 limited consortium purchased a 99% stake in the Wiltshire club from Andrew Black in February 2013, is in dispute with the way Power’s Swinton Reds 20 group took over The Robins last December.

Power, a former Norwich City forward, initially came to Swindon as a director and part-owner two months into the McCrory era, before assuming outright control and the chairmanship.

The outcome of the forthcoming hearing – the two parties previously met last month, but the case was adjourned – should decide who ultimately owns the League One side, who followed up their play-off position of 2012-13 with an eighth place finish in the season just gone.


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