MYSTERY continues to cloud Hereford United after the club were granted a seven-day adjournment to their latest winding-up order.

The Bulls were back in the High Court over an action brought by former manager Martin Foyle for unpaid monies.

Hereford were originally given 28 days to “continue negotiations” with Foyle, who is now manager at Southport.

This time, the hearing was adjourned until next Monday although a reason for the delay was not given.

Speculation is rife the Edgar Street club are set to attempt to enter a Company Voluntary Arrangement (CVA) with creditors but nothing has been confirmed.

That would see United start next season in the Southern League Premier Division with a 10-point deduction.

Few details are coming out, other than news of a pre-season friendly against Cardiff City later this month, and fans have become increasingly angered by the situation and lack of dialogue with new owner Tommy Agombar.

Supporters staged a mock funeral march to Herefordshire Council last week in protest at a request to transfer leases on Edgar Street to Agombar. David Keyte has also resigned as chairman.

Trialists are still involved in training sessions with football consultant Mark Ellis but there has been no news on a manager.

Meanwhile, Worcester City return to pre-season training tomorrow night at Little Perdiswell, Droitwich Road.

Their Conference North fixtures are out on Friday.