EFL chair says she wakes up at night thinking about Bury and Bolton

19 August 2019

Debbie Jevans
Photo: Getty Images The EFL’s chair, Debbie Jevans, has spoken to the Times about the two financially struggling clubs Bury and Bolton.

In an interview with the Times, the interim EFL chair, Debbie Jevans, spoke out on the fight to keep financially struggling Bury and Bolton alive, among other things.

She also said that the EFL is working on rules regarding clubs selling grounds to their owners.

Jevans denies being interested in staying on as chair and says it is a priority to find a permanent chair by the end of the year.  

Emil Gjerding Nielson nielson@offthepitch.com

In the midst of possible expulsion from the English Football League for Bury and Bolton, the EFL’s chair, Debbie Jevans, has spoken to the Times about what will be a defining period for the two financially struggling clubs.

"I wake up at night thinking about Bury and Bolton," Jevans said in the interview. 

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