BusinessBusiness RecoveryHMRC to drop Andronikou challenge as Portsmouth administrator

HMRC to drop Andronikou challenge as Portsmouth administrator

Taxman set to leave UHY Hacker Young partner in place as administrator

The taxman is expected to drop its challenge to Andrew Andronikou’s
appointment as administrator at Portsmouth.

Although a High Court hearing is expected to still take place on Monday, HM
Revenue & Customs should drop its protest against the UHY Hacker Young
partner, reports the
BBC.

There were reported concerns about the football club’s previous links with
the accountancy firm.

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