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Bolton Wanderers dealt frustrating news

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Bolton Wanderers have been served up with yet another winding-up petition after missing a payment to HMRC, reports from The Bolton News confirm.

The Lancashire club, who narrowly escaped administration and a potential point deduction at the start of the campaign, have now dealt with four separate winding-up petitions from HMRC in the last 14 months.

The latest petition was filed on the 27th of September, despite chairman and owner Ken Anderson claiming at the weekend that the debt would be paid before the matter went to court.

A winding-up petition was also filed on the 11th of September by Front Row Marketing, a Philadelphia-based sports and entertainment firm, where Anderson said that ‘they claimed to have brought money to the club but couldn’t say how much they had actually bought, it was quite strange’.

Life on the pitch is also problematic at the moment, with a 1-0 loss to arch rivals Blackburn Rovers their fifth defeat of the season and second in as many games.

The Verdict

Times just get worse and worse off the pitch for the club.

Bolton have had more than their fair share of financial problems this term, and when Anderson seems to be very unsure about what’s going on, it doesn’t look good for Bolton.

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