The EFL has set up a working group to consider changes to its financial rules amid continuing concerns over the long-term sustainability of several members of the Football League.
Republic of Ireland international Daryl Murphy has admitted to taking cocaine on a night out that led to him being banned by the Football Association.
The EFL has appealed against Bolton’s suspended five-point penalty for failing to fulfil two league fixtures, declaring the sanction “too lenient”.
Bolton have been hit with a suspended five-point penalty for failing to fulfil two fixtures.
Sunderland have handed Phil Parkinson the task of dragging the club out of League One as he targets the fourth promotion of his managerial career.
Bolton defender Joe Bunney is in hospital after being involved in a road traffic accident, the club has said.
Penalty shoot-out defeats are meant to be heartbreaking.
New Bolton manager Keith Hill has rebuilt their depleted squad with the addition of nine players on transfer deadline day.
Bolton have appointed Keith Hill as their new manager.
Bolton might have been saved this week but interim manager Jimmy Phillips insists they need a new head coach urgently after a 5-0 defeat at Gillingham pushed them further back from the League One pack.
Bolton’s first game after being saved from possible expulsion from the English Football League ended in a third consecutive 5-0 defeat, this time against previously-winless Gillingham.
Aston Villa boss Dean Smith has warned no club is too big to suffer financial problems.
The sale of Bolton to Football Ventures (Whites) Limited was completed on Wednesday, meaning the Sky Bet League One club can start planning for the future again with the threat of liquidation avoided.
Bolton captain Jason Lowe says he is looking forward to focusing on football again after the Sky Bet League One club was saved from liquidation.
A deal to take over Bolton has been completed, with the club’s administrators announcing the crisis club’s sale to Football Ventures (Whites) Limited.
Bolton look set to survive beyond their 145 years to date after a takeover was completed to save the stricken Sky Bet League One club from expulsion from the English Football League.
Bolton have been told by their administrator that plans to shut down the club have been put on hold, the PA news agency understands.
Bolton’s 145-year history is hanging in the balance after the English Football League lifted the suspension on the club’s notice of withdrawal.
Bolton are on the verge of liquidation after the English Football League gave their administrators 14 days to either sell the League One club or prove they can fund them for the rest of the season.
The battle to save Bolton from bankruptcy has gone into added time after the League One club’s administrators missed a 5pm deadline on Tuesday to complete a takeover by the Football Ventures consortium.