Falkirk FC say “positive and productive” talks have been held over the club’s sale
Written by centralfmnews on September 16, 2019
Falkirk say they held “positive and productive” meetings over the weekend about the club’s sale.
American Mark Campbell is the Bairns preferred bidder and was at the game against Forfar on Saturday.
He’s denied a deal has been completed though.
A statement on the club’s website said: “As many of you who came along to Saturday’s match against Forfar will be aware, Mark Campbell was in attendance as a guest of the Board of Directors.
“In addition, the directors and Mark had positive and productive meetings over the weekend and have agreed to work closely with our respective legal advisers to progress Mark’s offer to the shareholders of Falkirk Football Club, and the planned investment in the club and its facilities.
Mark and the directors are excited by the possibilities the investment can unlock both on and off the field.
“We are entering into an extremely important stage as we progress matters forward with both our legal team and Mark’s.
“This work can be time consuming, however all parties are committed to concluding this process at the earliest opportunity. A further announcement to supporters will be made as soon as possible.
“Many thanks for your patience and of course your continued support for the team.”