Bury given two-week reprieve as winding-up order adjourned

A judge has adjourned a bid to end up Bury Football Club.
English Football League officials expelled the club in August after directors failed to demonstrate they could cover debts.
The team were abandoned to the edge of liquidation after a buyer ended their attention prompting supporters group Forever Bury to declare that they would not keep their legal fight to prevent the HMRC winding-up request.
After being told that the club had taxation debts judge Mark Mullen analysed the case of Bury on Wednesday.
Lawyers representing Customs and HM Revenue had made an attempt to wind up.
The judge said hed reconsider the situation.
Back in Junethe judge had discovered that Bury owed almost #1m in taxation and had other debts.
Bury won promotion to Sky Bet League One, the third tier of English football, in the end of the 2018-19 effort.
Strategies for a phoenix club are in place, which would need to apply to the FA to get entry next year.

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