Notts County vice-chairman Roy Parker has called for an end to the 'mud-slinging' that he believes has done untold damage to the club's good name.
Parker, a former Leicester City director who is also County's second-largest shareholder, believes the campaign waged over the past month against John Armstrong-Holmes and Eric Kerry is totally unjustified and said: 'It has to stop or it could become the death knell for Notts County.'
has been working with Armstrong-Holmes since last September on encouraging a group of possible investors to put forward an offer to get involved with County.
also hit out at suggestions that County are in danger of sliding back into Administration, saying: 'It's absolute rubbish.
I won't let that happen on our watch.'
added: 'John and I seem to spend half our time these days saying that the club is not going out of business because that's what people around Nottingham have been led to believe.