Derby have claimed the English Football League’s charges against them for breaching Financial Fair Play rules are “unlawful”.
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The video assistant referee (VAR) will be used for this month’s Carabao Cup semi-finals and the final in March, the English Football League has announced.
Sheffield Wednesday have issued a claim against the English Football League for allegedly “acting unlawfully” by bringing a misconduct charge against the Championship club.
David Baldwin has been appointed as the English Football League’s new chief executive, the governing body has announced.
The English Football League insists it has sufficient evidence to charge Sheffield Wednesday with misconduct over the sale of Hillsborough stadium.
A Bury supporters’ group says the club is suffering “death by a thousand cuts” after a winding-up petition against the Shakers was adjourned.
Bury’s expulsion from the English Football League will be examined by the Digital, Culture, Media and Sport select committee this autumn, the panel’s chairman Damian Collins has confirmed.
Premier League clubs look set to reverse their 2017 decision to shut the summer transfer window at the start of new season and fall in line with rest of Europe once more.
Greater Manchester Police have started a fraud inquiry into the cash crisis that ultimately led to Bury’s expulsion from the English Football League last week.
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.
Bury’s 125-year stay in the English Football League came to an end on Tuesday when the Shakers were expelled from the league – a move that will almost certainly lead to their liquidation.
The decision to expel Bury from the English Football League has left its boss Debbie Jevans “devastated” but she has promised to launch an investigation into what happened.
Bolton have been told by their administrator that plans to shut down the club have been put on hold, the PA news agency understands.
Bury have been expelled from the English Football League after a day of high drama that will almost certainly result in the 134-year-old club being liquidated.
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.
Bury are now almost certain to be expelled from the English Football League after a proposed takeover by C&N Sporting Risk has fallen through, just 90 minutes before a league-set deadline for the deal to be completed.
Former Bury director Joy Hart believes the club’s battle to preserve their English Football League status is “looking fairly positive” with today’s deadline looming.
Bolton are on the brink of liquidation, with their 145-year history hanging in the balance while quibbles continue over legal paperwork.
Bolton administrator Paul Appleton says the future of the club “is still in doubt” but hopes there will be a “positive outcome” before today’s 5pm deadline set by the English Football League.