Former Bury director Joy Hart has sent a heartfelt but simple message to the crisis-hit club’s owner Steve Dale: sell up and go.
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Accrington owner Andy Holt has blamed the football authorities for the financial crisis that has engulfed the club’s neighbours and League One rivals Bolton and Bury.
Bury’s Sky Bet League One game against Gillingham this weekend has been suspended, the English Football League has announced.
Bury’s dire financial straits eased slightly on Wednesday when the High Court dismissed a winding-up petition against the League One club for £1million in unpaid taxes.
Bury chairman Steve Dale has accused the English Football League of committing an “injustice” after the club’s opening game of the League One season was postponed.
Bury’s opening Sky Bet League One match against MK Dons has been suspended after failing to satisfy the English Football League that the club have the necessary finances in place.
Bury face the threat of expulsion from the English Football League if they do not meet the insolvency policy.
Phil Hodgkinson has been confirmed as the new Huddersfield chairman.
English Football League clubs have responded to this season’s Leeds United ‘spygate’ controversy by tightening the rules to ban clubs from trying to observe their next opponent’s training sessions 72 hours before a game.
Coventry have announced they will groundshare at Birmingham’s St Andrew’s Trillion Trophy Stadium next season.
Huddersfield’s prospective new owner Phil Hodgkinson has admitted a misconduct charge for betting on matches and been fined £1,500 by the Football Association.
Doncaster midfielder Matty Blair learned about good mental health the hard way but because he did he is determined to make sure his son’s generation catch on early.
Notts County could be relegated from the English Football League for the first time in their history on Saturday.
Bolton have been told by the English Football League they must fulfil their two outstanding league fixtures as Laurence Bassini’s proposed takeover of the Sky Bet Championship club appeared to be thrown into doubt.
Crisis club Bolton have been told by the English Football League that they must fulfil their two outstanding Sky Bet Championship fixtures.
A decision on Coventry’s future as a member of the English Football League has been postponed from Thursday until Wednesday, May 29, the league has announced.
Bolton’s Sky Bet Championship game with Ipswich will go ahead on Saturday.
Bolton have announced their home game against Ipswich on Saturday is in doubt because of a “critical” IT failure.
Bolton face another day in the High Court trying to stave off a winding-up petition from HM Revenue and Customs for £1.
The threat of expulsion still hangs over Coventry as the English Football League awaits confirmation of where the club will play home matches next season.