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  • HMRC turns coy on football’s tax debts as ‘Creditors’ Rule’ case looms

    By Steve Menary 14 November 2011 Her Majesty’s Revenue & Customs have changed their approach to disclosing British football’s tax debts just as a court case over the controversial ‘Football Creditors’ Rule’ (FCR) is about to come to the High Court. HMRC’s case against the Football League and the Premier League, which will challenge the […]

  • Premier League clubs clear tax arrears as football governance report looms

    By Steve Menary 16 June 2011 The Premier League’s clubs have cleared their entire backlog of tax debts to Her Majesty’s Revenue & Customs (HMRC), a well-timed development ahead of a government report into the governance of football that could pose difficult questions over the financial affairs of clubs in the world’s richest club competition. […]

  • EXCLUSIVE: Portsmouth creditors ‘accept CVA deal’, club to exit administration

    By Nick Harris 17 June 2010 NB: original story posted pre-11am, update below Portsmouth are expected to exit administration and begin re-building for the future after the formal acceptance today of an offer by the club’s administrators to creditors. Sportingintelligence understands that the club’s administrator has received “yes” votes from creditors acccounting for around 80 […]

  • Portsmouth’s administrator ‘pretty certain’ of 75 per cent vote for CVA

    By Nick Harris 15 June 2010 Portsmouth’s administrator Andrew Andronikou has told sportingintelligence this evening that he is “pretty certain” that his proposal to creditors to take the club out of administration will be accepted at a meeting on Thursday. The plan offers creditors 20p in the pound, and although one major creditor, HMRC, has […]

  • Portsmouth administrator on creditors picking FA Cup team: ‘Rubbish’

    By Nick Harris 5 May 2010 EXCLUSIVE Portsmouth’s administrator, Andrew Andronikou, has told sportingintelligence today that suggestions the club’s creditors could have a say in the line-up of Pompey’s FA Cup final team are “total rubbish”. Andronikou is set to meet the creditors tomorrow and will take questions from them about his work so far. […]

  • Administration firm touts for business on back of puzzling Portsmouth case

    By Nick Harris 25 April 2010 Hacker Young, the accountancy firm handling the administration of Portsmouth, has taken out a full-page advert in the new edition of FC Business magazine – the trade publication for the football industry in Britain – to advertise its services to football clubs wanting advice on the new 50p “high […]

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