Further financial problems for Bolton as fixtures is played without fans
4 April 2019
The home-game against Ipswich could have been a record-attendance - like previous years' community fixtures were.
Ken Anderson encourage players on a strike - due to unpaid wages - to "see sense".
Bolton Wanderers’ financial problems could increase, with the cost of staging two games without a crowd coming to almost £300,000.
The cash-strapped Championship club were granted an adjournment against a winding-up order in the high court on Wednesday as they look to find a new buyer.
But Bolton, who already owe HMRC £1.2 million, face the prospect of hosting Ipswich Town on Saturday and Middlesbrough on Tuesday behind closed doors after the Safety Advisory Group (SAG) placed them on a prohibition notice instead of issuing them a safety certificate.
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