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FRP Advisory administrators called to Givemefootball.com

Administrators Chris Stevens and Ian Sykes are called to Professional Footballers Association football website

FRP ADVISORY ADMINISTRATORS have been called to Professional Footballers Association football news website Givemefootball.com.

Chris Stevens and Ian Sykes, partners from FRP have been appointed joint administrators to the Manchester-based publication, which was a joint venture between the PFA and London-based Sports New Media, TheBusinessDesk.com reports.

Stevens (pictured) said: “Givemefootball.com was unable to fulfil its obligations to a supplier, resulting in the company becoming insolvent and entering administration.

“We are now trading Givemefootball.com as a going concern with the hope of locating a buyer for the business as soon as possible.”

 

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