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Bolton Wanderers in trouble for late filing of accounts

The Offshore Game can reveal that Companies House has started enforcement action against the company which controls Bolton Wanderers Football Club after the club failed to file their annual accounts. Bolton’s accounts for 2015 are now more than 6 months past their due date. Failing to file annual accounts is a criminal offence for which both…

Westminster at Night

The Offshore Game goes to Parliament - and so can you

This week Parliament held a session to question the new chairman of the FA, Greg Clarke. The session came after revelations were published in the Telegraph concerning the conduct of senior members of the game, including the England manager Sam Allardyce. We were pleased that the Offshore Game’s study on the offshore ownership of football…

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Bolton Wanderers’ Day in Court

Bolton Wanderers faced the High Court yet again yesterday, the executioners axe hanging over them. HMRC are asking the court to make an order for the club to be liquidated because they haven’t paid their taxes. Liquidation means that the club will be forced to cease operations and sell any assets they have to pay the…

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Bolton Wanderers on the Brink

Bolton Wanderers were in court yesterday defending a winding up order. The company, founded in 1895 and one of the founding members of the football league was just moments away from execution. HMRC is owed £2.2m in unpaid taxes and are seeking to liquidate the club. In the end the judge granted an adjournment until…

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