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What if Macclesfield go bust? 18:13 - Dec 2 with 122 viewsnoah4x4

The Silkmen face a winding up petition from HMRC on Wednesday whilst the players announced today the intent to strike over unpaid wages. Doesn't sound good.

How sad for the fans as this situation doesn't look like Bury FC style mismanagement and is perhaps merely evidence that small clubs on small gates will struggle to survive in the EFL.

https://www.bbc.co.uk/sport/football/50634040

However, if they do fail and their 2019-20 results were expunged, Swindon, Grimsby, Carlisle, Morecambe and Cheltenham would be the biggest point losers each suffering a deduction of 3 points. The U's would only lose 1 point after scraping a draw away. That wouldn't affect our league position as Newport, Bradford and others around us would suffer the same fate. We would then be two points closer to some in the top seven. The biggest beneficiary is likely to be Morecambe or Stevenage avoiding relegation.


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What if Macclesfield go bust? on 19:37 - Dec 2 with 100 viewsthrillseeker

I doubt HMRC will approve the winding up order - look how many times Seaweed have been to High Court and always get let off
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What if Macclesfield go bust? on 19:50 - Dec 2 with 96 viewsburnsieespana

What if Macclesfield go bust? on 19:37 - Dec 2 by thrillseeker

I doubt HMRC will approve the winding up order - look how many times Seaweed have been to High Court and always get let off


That is because Ron Martin has paid up at the very last moment so question has to be can the owner of Macclesfield pay up?
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What if Macclesfield go bust? on 16:17 - Dec 4 with 45 viewsnoah4x4

Macclesfield HMRC case adjourned until 18th December. They owe £180,000 to HMRC. Sol Campbell backing petition to wind them up as he too is coincidently owed £180,000. But players have been paid this month so strike is off. But it’s a bit odd that Campbell has gone to seaweed given their record with HMRC

EDIT.

Just announced, Silkmen players were NOT paid (as at one hour ago) and they are now planning to boycott Saturdays match v Crewe. Can't see this ending well for Fans......

https://www.bbc.co.uk/sport/football/50657701

[Post edited 4 Dec 21:38]
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