Posts Tagged ‘Winding Up Order’

Chester City FC (2004 Ltd) are back in the High Court on Wednesday March 10 as they face a winding up order from HMRC.

The amount of money owed is £26,125.

Adding to the Vaughan Family woes is the news that the Council may seek to evict the club from Deva Stadium over late payments of rent.

Could these events signal the liquidation of our once proud club?

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It’s now two games, two defeats for newly appointed Director of Football Morrell Maison.  Speaking to press reporters after the Mansfield game at Field Mill, he said:
“We didn’t have enough today but those young lads are working hard for their football club under difficult circumstances and are showing tremendous character in training and on the field.”
“It is the business end of this football club that has been poorly managed, which is indefenceable, and we must sort it.
“We have to get back on track and quickly.  The playing staff are living from day to day right now,  but I am confident things will be sorted with the winding-up order this week, though I am not in control of the situation. I am as confident as I can be without being in control.
“Assurances have been given and negotiations and discussions are going on. Situations are drawing to a close.”

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According to today’s Chester Leader, boxing promoter Frank Warren is in talks with officials at the Deva Stadium about a possible investment into the club.  There are also rumours that a consortium headed by front man Morrell Maison are also in talks about taking over at Blues, but with a winding up order looming over Chester’s head in less than a week’s time, interested parties will have to keep move quickly to avert this latest crisis.

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HM Revenue & Customs have issed a winding up petition against Chester City.
The Club (Chester City 2004 Limited) have been served with a winding up petition by HMRC.

The order was presented on 25 November 2009, by the commissioners for HM Revenue and Customs, of Bush House, Strand, London WC2B 4RD, claiming to be Creditors of the Company, and it will be heard at the Royal Courts of Justice, Strand, London WC2A 2LL, on 27 January 2010, at 10:30am (or as soon therafeter as the Petition can be heard.

Full details are in the London Gazette.

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