Bolton given THREE DAYS to complete sale by EFL or face expulsion from the Football League

By | 24th August 2019

BOLTON WANDERERS have been given THREE DAYS to push through their sale or face expulsion from the Football League.

A statement from the organisation said the board “remains concerned” at the delays related to the sale of the Trotters.

They claim that there has been “constant contradictory information and no finalisation of a deal”.

A 72-hour deadline – finalising on Tuesday, August 27 at 5pm – has been made clear to the club.

The statement read: “If a successful conclusion to a sale is not found or there are no credible plans for the club to continue the season in administration… then the EFL Board will consider lifting the suspension on the Notice of Withdrawal of the club’s membership of the League which was issued when the club entered into administration in May 2019.”


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