Trust chairman Stroud declines to comment
WANDERERS are refusing to say how much they need to pay HM Revenue and Customs by March 25 to avoid a winding up order.
It was revealed last night that a winding up petition was issued against the club on February 11.
However, club chairman Don Woodward has so far been unavailable for comment this morning while a club spokesman declined to comment on either the size of the tax bill or the debt owed to Wanderers by Wasps.
It's understood Wasps will make a statement later today.
Wanderers Trust chairman Trevor Stroud said: "I'm going to play a straight bat. It's a Football Club issue."
However, Stroud said last week that £250,000 was urgently required to stave off administration and a further £600,000 would be needed in the near future.
Wanderers are in the process of selling their training ground to help them raise the £250,000 needed.
The club said in a statement that they 'are working with HMRC to settle this amount and matters are progressing towards an amicable and workable end.'