Liam's programme notes yesterday contained an update about Champion Hill: "... I am pleased to confirm that Meadow have agreed to meet with the club's Directors in September. I am also verbally advised, and have been promised a letter, that all the money owed to them shown in our accounts has been written off..." "... the club is a victim of a stand-off between the council and Meadow, both of whom don't want to blink. They can't even seem to agree that they want arbitration." I'm not sure about this last point. I appreciate that Liam will know a lot more about the situation than those of us 'on the outside', but it seems to me that there's not much that the council can currently do with regard to Meadow, apart from looking to pursue potential compulsory purchase. The situation is that Meadow withdrew their planning appeals (for the planning application and the overturning of the covenants) and ceded the lease on Green Dale back to the council. So as far as the council is concerned, what have they currently got to talk about with Meadow? There was that artist's impression thing from Meadow the other month which went along with a promise of a new planning application, but before that happens, the council have got nothing to go on, as it were. A 'pre-planning application letter' is about as useless as a 'memorandum of understanding' as far as I'm concerned... Of course, I expect the council to be active in talking to the club about what it can do to help, but that doesn't directly relate to the 'stand-off' with Meadow. As fans, is there anything we can do to help try to get matters resolved?