I've thought more about the justification for the groundshare and the whole last minute nature of it which the league had to approve because we had nowhere else to play and could have lost our place in the league if they didn't as we would be unable to fulfil our fixtures. So if there was a clause in the lease that said we could be kicked out of the Ricoh for non payment of the rent would we have faced being kicked out of the league for failing to have somewhere to play our home fixtures? This isn't something the league can just waive at the boards discretion, a club needs a home ground to play their home fixtures. I reckon we would have had about three weeks to find a new home and given how long it took to arrange the one with Northampton it is possible we wouldn't have had one in time. I suspect ACL would have been within their rights to chuck us out (although I din't know this as a fact as I obviously haven't seen the lease) and that's what's really worrying me - what if they had. Was this a very risky move with our club or would the league have stepped in the commercial dispute between Sisu/Ltd/Holdings/Otium and said something?