Joint administrator’s plea as Bolton Wanderers crisis deepens
A joint administrator of Bolton Wanderers has called for a speedy conclusion to takeover talks.
His call comes after Wanderers' friendy game at Chester this Friday was cancelled after the League One side's players claimed to be suffering from "severe mental and emotional stress" having not been paid for 20 weeks.
On May 13, Paul Appleton and Asher Miller of David Rubin & Partners were appointed joint administrators of the club. They are currently overseeing a takeover by Football Ventures (Whites) Ltd.
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