for anyone who can't listen to the Sharpe interview, I've transcribed key bits:
David Sharpe told David Jackson on BBC Radio Nottingham, Fri 4 Dec 2020:
"It's very much appreciated, £250,000 from the Premier League. The rest, if we do receive more than that, is dependent on the calculations that the league come up with, ie. loss of gate revenue against certain costs.
"It's great that the Premier League have helped League One and League Two out.
"Reading the strings that are attached to a monitored grant, we probably will not be applying for that. If we did apply, it limits what you can do in transfer windows, it limits the wages you can spend, everything is controlled, and we wouldn't be running the football club how we'd want to.
"The £250,000 goes a long way. But we will still have lost a lot of money
"Normally we would do half a million plus in season ticket sales and another half a million in matchday sales and hospitality, beer sales, food sales etc. So we are down, but it's certainly a big help.
"We're trying to limit costs while bringing in as much revenue as possible.
"If we do get moved tiers, we'll do our utmost to get our fans back in as soon as possible, in a safe manner.
"We are ready, we've been talking about it for some time.
"We do have season tickets holders who want to return, some may not want to return, some may feel they don't want to risk it. So we have to find out of the 1600 season ticket holders we have we need to find out how many want to come.
"The first step would be a pilot event."
Listen in full here: https://www.bbc.co.uk/sounds/play/p090hkxc