Episode 167 - Bolton on the brink

It's been a traumatic season for fans of Bolton Wanderers. After being served with a winding up order by HMRC, this week the club have been given an extension until February 22nd by the High Court, in order to reach an agreement.


 


The club also owe £185m to their owner Eddie Davies and have told their players and staff that they're unlikely to be paid again this month. In addition to that, Neil Lennon's side are bottom of the Championship and seven points adrift of safety, having won only twice all season. We get the latest on an ever changing situation from Marc Iles, the chief football writer at The Bolton News.


 


Elsewhere, Carlisle United will return to Brunton Park for the first time in eight weeks when they face York City in League Two this weekend. Jon Colman, Carlisle writer for Cumbrian Newspapers, tells us about the devastating effects of the recent floods - plus discusses their upcoming FA Cup fourth round tie against Everton.


 


There's also six weeks of Football League action to discuss, the various managerial comings and goings... plus watch out Greg James - as DC auditions to host the chart...


 


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