Court date set for Bolton after troubled Championship club served with winding-up petition by HMRC


Judicial date for Bolton after troubled champion club with liquidation petition of HMRC

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    Bolton will appear in court in March to meet a bankruptcy petition from HM Revenue and Customs.

    Meanwhile, Bolton Chairman Ken Anderson is looking to sell the club and discussions are underway with different & # 39; consortia.

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<p><img id= He said: & # 39; During my three years at the club I have always tried to do my best and to be open and transparent with you the supporters and, as I have said several times, as there is something to say, you will be the first to know.

    & # 39; Accordingly, I will try to separate facts and fiction with regard to some of the recent reports on social media platforms and in the media.

    & # 39; First of all, it will never reveal the identity of any future buyers, as Non Disclosure Agreements (NDAs) generally prevent this and rightly so.

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<p><img id= & # 39; There have also been several other postings about a northwestern consortium supported by Russian money. Again, this is pure fiction.

    & # 39; The facts are that there is a consortium with which agreement is reached on the conditions and discussions that are going on. There has been more interest from several other consortia who have all signed NDAs and there are also discussions with them going on during the past week or so. & # 39;



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