BusinessBusiness RecoveryCrystal Palace goes into administration

Crystal Palace goes into administration

Administrators from P&A Partnership say aim is to find a buyer quickly for club known as The Eagles to provide certainty for the employees, players and fans

Crystal Palace football club has gone into administration, putting it in the
hands of partners from
P
&A Partnership
.

Football club insolvency veteran
Brendan
Guilfoyle
is handling affairs at the troubled club, according
to the
BBC
.

“Our role now is to find a buyer quickly to provide certainty for the
employees, players and fans for the future,” said Guilfoyle.

“We are hoping our appointment will be short-lived as we understand there are
many interested buyers.”

Further reading:

Luton
Town FC enters administration

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