Chelmsford City chairman Steve Shore will do “whatever necessary” to prevent a winding up order against the National League South’s Clarets going through.
According to a statement released by officials at the Melbourne Stadium on Saturday morning, City will be at the High Court on Wednesday after being issued the order by HMRC.
https://www.thenonleaguefootballpaper.c ... o-survive/
https://www.chelmsfordcityfc.com/news/c ... 84679.html
In other news Sol Campbell left Macclesfield as they were in financial trouble, so much so that the players are apparently on strike, and has gone to Southend, who also happen to be in financial trouble
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