By Pa Reporter
Published: 14:29 GMT, 4 December 2019 | Updated: 14:39 GMT, 4 December 2019
Former Macclesfield manager Sol Campbell wants the club to be wound up because debts have not been paid, a judge has heard.
Judge Catherine Addy was told on Wednesday that Macclesfield bosses owed a 'very large' amount of tax and owed Campbell more than £180,000.
Tax officials have asked for the club to be wound up and Campbell supported that application, lawyers told Judge Addy.
Sol Campbell wants Macclesfield to be wound up because debts have not been paid
The judge was given updates on the League Two football club's debt problems at a hearing in the specialist Insolvency and Companies Court in London.
She said Macclesfield bosses should get time to clear debts and said the case would be reconsidered on December 18.
Barrister Raj Arumugam, who represented HM Revenue and Customs, asked the judge to make a winding up order.
He did not say how much tax Macclesfield owed but the judge said the sum was 'very large'.
Barrister Philip Currie, who