Leeds United chairman Ken Bates has warned that the
football club might not survive if creditors blow out administrators’ proposals
to put it into a company voluntary arrangement on Friday.
The club, which was put into administration by
and passed control to Bates before the end of last season, could enter into a
CVA that would see creditors accept a lower return on the £35m they are owed.
‘If they want a football club in Leeds, they should make sure they vote the
right way,’ Bates told Yorkshire Radio.
‘If the CVA fails, I can assure the fans it’s unlikely there will be a Leeds
United Football Club.’
Bids are believed to be lined up to buy the club if the CVA gains creditors’
approval, including an offer from Leeds businessman Simon Morris.
Duncan Revie, son of former Leeds boss Don, could also bid for the club.
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