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Bolton Wanderers to enter administration

SoccerNews.com Wednesday, 8 May 2019
Bolton Wanderers will enter administration, chairman Ken Anderson has confirmed. The club, relegated from the Championship this season, were unable to fulfil their fixture against Brentford after players went on strike over unpaid wages. A notice of intention to place Bolton into administration was submitted on Wednesday at the club’s High Court hearing over a winding-up petition […]

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