sport news Bolton players go on strike after not being paid for second successive month

Bolton players go on strike and refuse to turn up for training after not being paid for second successive month Players and club staff have not been paid for a second month in a row The club were given until Wednesday to settled an unpaid tax bill of £1.2million The squad are unhappy with a lack of information regarding a potential takeover

By Simon Jones for MailOnline

Published: 17:06 BST, 1 April 2019 | Updated: 17:17 BST, 1 April 2019


Bolton Wanderers players have been warned the club could be put into administration after they decided to go on strike on Monday.

The disgruntled playing squad have informed the club they will not return to training until they, their coaches and the non-football staff at the stadium and Whites Hotel have been paid their salaries for March, which were due last Friday.

Staff were told a new owner would ensure salaries were paid on Friday should a takeover have gone

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