I don't know why the board wouldn't look at this by way of raising the funds needed to sell their share in the club?
They have 52%. They could easily create a crowd funding platform to sell their shares. It would mean real ownership of the club would be transferred to the fans / punters who chip in for some shares and their over valued share price would be achievable.
Look at Brewdog for example. Their first batch of crowd funding saw them offer 2% of their shares at £95 a share. I think it valued the company at around 10 million or something. ( might have been more)
The beauty is if they ( the board) don't achieve their target price in the set time scale then they don't sell one share. In fact the guys at the helm could still maintain some shareholding and be the initial board to run the club.