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Sports Café under hammer as going concern

Newly appointed Baker Tilly administrators are selling the troubled Sports Café as a going concern

Baker Tilly administrators of
Sports Café
say the sports-based bar will be sold as a going concern.

Bruce Mackay and Alan Lovett of
Baker Tilly were
appointed joint administrators this week after Sports Café’s bankers refused to
extend its credit following poor Christmas trading.

Baker Tilly will now work with Edward Symmons Hospitality & Leisure to
sell the bars.
Colin White, Edward Symmons Hospitality & Leisure partner, said: ‘We are
looking to sell the business as a going concern and expect strong interest from
a range of companies including nightclub, pub and restaurant operators.’

Further reading:

Sports Café enters administration

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