Simon Driscoll, press office of Evo-Stik League North club Skelmersdale United, has reported that their Uretek Stadium was subject to seizing by order of the current landlord with bailiffs and locksmiths attending the premises without warning to prevent entry.
Driscoll said there was no clear reason given for the process other than an apparent ‘breach of contract’ the substance of such breach is not currently clear and rumours of the lease being changed from the original date in November are unfounded.
Speaking with Skelmersdale chairman Paul Griffiths earlier on after the story had been mentioned by the local Champion News Group, he informed Driscoll that the club are currently seeking legal advice on the matter itself and the apparent contract breach.
Tomorrow’s game away to Tadcaster Albion is not affected.
Skem`s next home game is planned for Tuesday night with neighbours Burscough due to visit in the Liverpool Senior Cup.
Statement Of Uretek Stadium Seizinghttps://t.co/uesc4gShz9
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