Wimbledon, currently in administration, faces liquidation and expulsion from the football league if the Revenue’s case is successful, The Financial Times reported.
According to Pete Winkelman, whose take-over bid for the club relies on the success of the CVA, it could be kicked out by the end of July.
Grant Thornton, administrators for Wimbledon, came within a whisker of having a life-line CVA accepted a fortnight ago before the Revenue made an eleventh hour challenge.
The Revenue’s challenge focuses on the league’s notorious ‘super creditor’ rule. It means clubs entering a CVA have to pay off football super creditors first, which include players, managers, other football clubs, the Professional Footballers’ Association and the league – even before preferential creditors, as required by law.
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