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League Championship Side Bolton Wanderers Reportedly Issued Winding-Up Order

Published in SportsBusiness Daily Global on 07 / 21 / 17

League Championship side Bolton Wanderers was reportedly "hit by another winding-up petition" from U.K. tax authority HMRC, according to Marc Iles of THE BOLTON NEWS. The HMRC Courts & Tribunals office lists a petition from the Inland Revenue against Bolton Wanderers Football & Athletic...

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