Ken of course!
Being serious though the argument seems to be about who owns the club, so if it is determined on the day that Anderson wins, we simply carry on as we were BUT if it isn't and the judge determines for Bassini, or refers the case on for a full hearing, then everything could be delayed for weeks or even months, which I would imagine would stop the sale on the club for certain - and I reason that should apply to the hotel too, as it's not been made clear as far as I can see what exactly it is he thinks he bought (Burnden Leisure which is mentioned is basically the umbrella company for both the club and hotel who trade separately themselves).
I have no idea who would want to fund Administration during the period of a protracted legal fight between Bassini and Anderson and it would not surprise me if that resulted, then FV pulling out - and the club being liquidated.
I've mentioned before the thinking that buying the club AND hotel and selling the stadium off and using the money to develop the land and fund the club was the most logical financial plan that I had heard about anyone wanting to buy the club for and they (FV) could not do that if they didn't own the hotel as well as the club.
However what about if you aren't bothered about having a football club in the first place?
Flip things over and look at things another way.
Simply buy the hotel, stop any business plans FV had, and if they then walked away and because of it the club would be liquidated, then simply buy the stadium for peanuts, and because you own the hotel already, then knock it all down and simply develop all the land and not have a loss making football club to bother about and drain your profits?
And if it looks as though you won't win in the race to buy the hotel, then toss in the hand grenade of an injunction!
Maybe all the original charade of Bassini buying the club from Anderson and not doing, was all part of creating a back stop to prolong everything at the last possible moment to stretch FV's to breaking point and them giving up and buying the club?
Maybe Ken doesn't want to win by a clear knock out on Wednesday!
Who knows - but it would make some sense of the charade between the two prior to Administration AND the extremely delayed court action by Bassini who could (and should) have taken out the injunction months ago when the Administrator first marketed the club for sale.
Murky waters perhaps?