Luton Town’s administrators have fired the club’s manager Kevin Blackwell and
his coaching staff, soon after announcing a potential sale deal.
Guilfoyle terminated the contracts of Blackwell and his staff.
Guilfoyle had earlier announced that a deal would be struck with a consortium
headed up by former TV-AM presenter Nick Owen.
The consortium, known as Luton Town 2020, has already provided a loan to help
pay running costs.
Guilfoyle said the deal was ‘the light at the end of the tunnel’ that
players, supporters and the club had been waiting for.
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