Audit Statement clears the air for Knights
Knights' auditors Crosbie Warren Sinclair has today released a statement clarifying some misleading assumptions reported in the media about the current audit being undertaken to meet the requirements of the Knights take over aby NRL
Knights' auditors Crosbie Warren Sinclair has today released a statement clarifying some misleading assumptions reported in the media about the current audit being undertaken to meet the requirements of the Knights take over and the reporting process to the Member's Club.
The current audit report being prepared is for the calendar year January 1st till 31st December 2012 but as the attached statement makes clear, this was not possible to be completed under the time-lines signed off by the previous Knights management.
Hunter Sports Group CEO Troy Palmer was confident this statement would clarify a situation that has been clouded by comments from former management and others without all the information.
"We welcome this statement which will clarify some confusion for Members Club Directors. It is a sad situation when people just can't let go and continue to run with personal agendas, even when it is to the detriment of the club," Palmer said.
"I'm confident all the key milestones will be achieved in line with the clubs audit. Hopefully, this is another step to ensure future stories are about our football team and not personal agendas played out in the media," he concluded.
Troy Palmer and Knights CEO Matt Gidley will meet with the Members Board later today to ensure all questions on the future of the Knights under the HSG can be addressed.
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