Hopefully not mate, the crap about Wimbledon shifting still rumbles on all these years later.
Its not as if there's a Coventry United or a bunch of Egg Chasers waiting in the wings to take over the place either so its got to be in the interests of the stadium owners to continue to rent to you, you just need a better deal than the one you were originally suckered into.
I see both sides of the story tbh and think they just need to get round the table and agree a new rent for the good of the City.
Christ knows who agreed it, but the rent is £1.2m a year, and no revenue from match day goods (food/drink). Most Championship clubs pay £250k a year and League 1 clubs play under £200k. So, the council and trust quite rightly want their money and back rent (now upto £1.1m) but then understandably, the club simply can't afford to pay it.
I think they are looking around at the old Rushden ground, which is lying empty, an the Hinckley ground, but I think that may be scare-mongering as I don't think the FA could allow them to move anyway - the rules were tightened up after Wimbledon moved.
But, for the good of the City, and football, I hope they can sit down and thrash something out, cause on the pitch at the moment its all going swimmingly.