Doncaster Rovers Belles: ‘Detailed discussions’ hold over takeover
Six-time Women’s FA Cup winners Doncaster Rovers Belles are in “detailed discussions” with Club Doncaster over a probable takeover, says chair Faye Lygo.
The Belles won a Women’s Championship final deteriorate though dropped down a league to “ensure their continued viability”.
The Club Doncaster group contains men’s bar Doncaster Rovers, a town’s rugby joining side and village projects.
“We trust matters are relocating brazen positively,” Lygo told BBC Sport.
“We have had to take measures to brace a bar during a time of change in a women’s diversion and trust a destiny of a Belles lies in Doncaster, with a Rovers.”
The Belles – who progressing this year were in talks about integrating into Club Doncaster – are second-bottom of National League North, carrying mislaid 8 of their 9 games this season.