HMRC Withdraw Cobblers Winding Up Petition
Mon 30th Nov 2015 | Football Club Administration
The winding up petition against Northampton Town FC has been withdraw it’s been confirmed.
The SkyBet League 2 side has confirmed that the HMRC winding up petition has been officially withdrawn following a court hearing on Monday and payment of all outstanding amounts last week.
The club faced being wound-up over an unpaid tax bill which had risen to £237,000.
Chairman Kelvin Thomas, who took a controlling stake in the club last week, said, "This is a very positive step as we move forward.
“We can now focus on our review of the club and developing the future plans.”
Posted by: Aaron Gourley
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