Boro missed a deadline for its Conference membership bond - since paid in full - but the league is also reportedly unhappy with the club's new Paddy Power sponsorship deal
Under-fire Spencer Day has said he welcomes a meeting with Conference chiefs on Wednesday (August 21) to finally thrash out the uncertain future of Farnborough FC.
The troubled Skrill South outfit had their first two league fixtures of the season chalked off last Friday after missing a deadline to pay a £100,000 membership bond by just 31 minutes.
That bond has since been paid in full, but league chairman Brian Lee is still not satisfied and led an emergency board meeting of Conference chiefs on Monday night where it was decided that all parties - including Farnborough FC's controversial new sponsors Paddy Power - would meet at 3.30pm on Wednesday to determine the future of the club and its membership in the league.
Lee told http://www.thenonleaguefootballpaper.com/ on Sunday that the Conference was unhappy with the club's Paddy Power deal - which involves players changing their names to famous footballers by deed poll - and said there was a "real chance" Boro would be forced to sit out the entire season.
A statement released on Monday night read: "Following Friday’s press release on the above club’s request to transfer its membership of the Football Conference to a new company, further talks took place today.
"In consequence of those talks the Football Conference has called a meeting between members of its Emergency Committee, the Administrator of Farnborough Football & Social Club Limited (oldco), her solicitors and Directors, shareholders & Officers of Boro FC Limited (newco) for 3.30pm Wednesday, 21st August 2013."
Any ban is likely to be appealed against by the club and its new sponsors, but for now owner/manager Day is just hopeful for a constructive meeting and a positive outcome.
He said: "The £100,000 bond has, as expected, cleared in the Conference's solicitors' account and that was the last criteria set down.
"I look forward to a positive meeting where we can hopefully put the Conference's concerns at ease and confirm our membership for the coming season."