1. Wimbledon killed Kingstonian
2. Wimbledon got Kingstonian into financial trouble
3. Wimbledon stopped Kingstonian's Trust buying Kingsmeadow
"The K's Trust has issued the following statement:
K'S TRUST LAUNCH MOVES CLOSER
Plans are moving ahead for the launch of The K's Trust on Monday 14th April, at 7.30pm. The embryonic organisation has already made contacts with several local businesses, and two - Captain Oi! Records and Cherry Red Records - have already agreed to donate four figure sums to the trust, and to sponsor several matches next season.
He said: "The trust movement is the future for smaller clubs. We are living proof that it can happen, and bigger clubs like York City and Leicester City are showing how effective they can be."
On AFC Wimbledon's agreement to buy Kingsmeadow, he assured those in attendance that Kingstonian would be well looked after. He gave details of several clauses that would be inserted into the contract which would leave K's even better off than they have been this season.
He said: "Our history goes back to 1889, yours goes back even further than that. We will not let your club die. You will be fully looked after, and we will be the best landlords that you could dream of. My long-term ambition is for The K's Trust to have a share in the ownership of their ground. I want this ground to be shared 50/50."
Mr Heller has confirmed that he will be in attendance on April 14th, as have many others - from football, the local community and the business community. The meeting is open to anybody with an interest in football in Kingston, and everyone is urged to attend."
The Ks Trust has a five-figure sum that has been raised. But if you think we can raise any serious money in nine years you're misunderstanding how hard it is for small clubs. Our fans' fundraising efforts are very good for the size of our club, but that all goes in to just surviving in the Ryman Premier, it's not realistic that 300 of us can build up a seven-figure fighting fund."