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HMRC issue winding up against Port Vale FC

Winding up petition could see the League Two side fall into administration

01 Mar 2012

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UHY makes formal complaint to ICAEW about PKF

UHY Hacker Young makes complaint to institute about PKF administrators' appointment to Portsmouth FC

24 Feb 2012

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Portsmouth administrators make 30 redundancies including CEO

Portsmouth CEO David Lampitt is among the staff made redundant by PKF administrators at the club

24 Feb 2012

Future ticket sales paid Rangers' debt say administrators

Administrators Duff & Phelps say Rangers' owner Craig Whyte sold rights to future ticket sales in exchange for funds to buy the Scottish football club

22 Feb 2012

HMRC successful in blocking UHY administrators to Portsmouth FC

Former Chelsea FC CEO and PKF partner Trevor Birch takes Portsmouth FC administration

17 Feb 2012

HMRC in court to block UHY from Portsmouth appointment

HMRC in court to block UHY Hacker Young administrators from taking proposed appointment to Portsmouth FC

17 Feb 2012

Administrators “concerned” about Rangers’ finances

Administrators’ have no “visibility” on where a £24m loan has gone and raise concerns about the way the club’s finances were run

17 Feb 2012

Colin: Rangers' new sponsor?

Colin's take on recent developments at Rangers FC

15 Feb 2012

Duff & Phelps administrators called to Rangers FC

Rangers FC call in Duff & Phelps administrators Paul Clark and David Whitehouse

15 Feb 2012

Portsmouth to enter administration for second time

Stricken Fratton Park club likely to be docked 10 points

13 Feb 2012

Colin: HMRC FC defends relegation

HMRC FC its a funny old game

10 Feb 2012

HMRC urged to meet with Portsmouth FC by PM

David Cameron urges HMRC to speak with Portsmouth FC to negotiate a rescue plan

02 Feb 2012

Premier League transfers down 70% says Deloitte

Transfers in January stands at £60m compared to £225m for same period in 2011

01 Feb 2012

Harry Redknapp accused of evading tax through offshore account

Court hears of £189,500 paid into Monaco account allegedly opened by Tottenham Hotspur manager

24 Jan 2012

HMRC to investigate footballers' perks

Taxman has contacted Premier League finance directors, according to reports

03 Jan 2012

Football insolvency judgment due before Christmas

A judgement on HMRC’s court battle against the Football League could be delivered as early as next week

15 Dec 2011

HMRC serve 25 winding-up petitions to FA clubs

A High Court hearing on football insolvency rules has unveiled that the taxman issued 25 winding-up orders in two years

08 Dec 2011

HMRC goes behind in Football League court clash

Residing judge in football insolvency court case throws out first argument put forward by HMRC

30 Nov 2011

UHY administrators called to Portsmouth FC owners

Former Portsmouth FC administrators Peter Kubik and Andrew Andronikou now appointed to club’s owner Convers Sports Initative

30 Nov 2011

Colin - PKF own goal

Colin's take on the world of football

18 Nov 2011

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