Wrexham seek administration lifeline

November 16, 2004
LONDON, Nov 16 (Reuters) - English third division club Wrexham are to seek a voluntary administration order in a bid to avoid the possibility of being forced into liquidation on Wednesday.The 132-year-old club, the oldest in Wales, owes more than £800,000 to the British tax authorities, according to media reports.Wrexham face a winding-up order in London's High Court on Wednesday but hope their application to appoint administrators to run the club will earn them a stay of execution, although it will ...

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