The football authorities need to “get their fingers out” and act to stop more clubs falling into distress, according to Accrington chairman Andy Holt.
The EFL has received complaints of non-payment of wages to players and staff at Macclesfield.
Liverpool manager Jurgen Klopp does not believe the club made a mistake in relation to the paperwork for their Carabao Cup tie at MK Dons which is now under investigation by the EFL.
Liverpool are attempting to iron out an administrative problem after the EFL launched a probe into the club fielding an ineligible player in their Carabao Cup win over MK Dons.
Football League clubs could open the door for Bury to be readmitted to League Two next season when they gather in Milton Keynes on Thursday.
Bury chairman Steve Dale has appealed to Football League clubs to vote for the Shakers’ reinstatement, insisting the club “is a victim, not a villain”.
The EFL has been urged to offer Bury “compassionate re-entry” to the league from next season in a document now formally submitted by the group seeking to save the club.
Hartlepool president and TV presenter Jeff Stelling has warned football clubs of the danger of “being bought by people who do not have the club at heart”.
Bury’s expulsion from the English Football League will be examined by the Digital, Culture, Media and Sport select committee this autumn, the panel’s chairman Damian Collins has confirmed.
Greater Manchester Police have started a fraud inquiry into the cash crisis that ultimately led to Bury’s expulsion from the English Football League last week.
Bury MP James Frith is seeking a meeting with the English Football League to request that the town’s football club is reinstated to Sky Bet League Two next season under new ownership.
Bolton’s first game after being saved from possible expulsion from the English Football League ended in a third consecutive 5-0 defeat, this time against previously-winless Gillingham.
Bury owner Steve Dale has called for a “private ballot” to reinstate the club in the English Football League.
Bury’s 125-year stay in the English Football League came to an end on Tuesday when the Shakers were expelled from the league – a move that will almost certainly lead to their liquidation.
The decision to expel Bury from the English Football League has left its boss Debbie Jevans “devastated” but she has promised to launch an investigation into what happened.
MP Damian Collins has called for a full review of the English Football League’s role in Bury’s demise.
Bury have been expelled from the English Football League after a day of high drama that will almost certainly result in the 134-year-old club being liquidated.
Bolton are on the verge of liquidation after the English Football League gave their administrators 14 days to either sell the League One club or prove they can fund them for the rest of the season.
The battle to save Bolton from bankruptcy has gone into added time after the League One club’s administrators missed a 5pm deadline on Tuesday to complete a takeover by the Football Ventures consortium.
Bury are now almost certain to be expelled from the English Football League after a proposed takeover by C&N Sporting Risk fell through, just 90 minutes before a league-set deadline for the deal to be completed.
Former Bury director Joy Hart believes the club’s battle to preserve their English Football League status is “looking fairly positive” with today’s deadline looming.
A deal to take over crisis club Bolton has been completed with its sale to Football Ventures (Whites) Limited, the club’s administrators have announced.
Bolton administrator Paul Appleton says the future of the club “is still in doubt” but hopes there will be a “positive outcome” before today’s 5pm deadline set by the English Football League.
Bolton are on the brink of liquidation, with their 145-year history hanging in the balance while quibbles continue over legal paperwork.
Bolton face liquidation later this week unless a deal to buy the club which collapsed over the weekend can be resurrected at the 11th hour.
Bury have been handed a lifeline as they battle to preserve their Football League status with the EFL hinting they could be given extra time if a deal is close.
Craig Madden took a pay cut when he gave up plastering to sign for Bury in 1977 and the club told him he had been sold nine years later when they urgently needed the cash.
Former Port Vale owner Norman Smurthwaite believes it is too late to save Bury because the crisis-hit club’s owner Steve Dale wants at least £1million to walk away.
Bury’s owner Steve Dale has been given until 23.59pm on Friday to either provide proof he can fund the club this season or hand it over to someone who can – fail to do so and the Shakers will be expelled from the EFL and go bust.
Former Bury director Joy Hart has sent a heartfelt but simple message to the crisis-hit club’s owner Steve Dale: sell up and go.