Conference football club avoids administration

Newly promoted Conference side Salisbury City Football Club has settled its debts with HM Revenue & Customs (HMRC) and a winding up order filed on 8 May is to be dismissed.

The Wiltshire club – which was promoted to the fifth tier of English football at the end of this season – was contacted on 2 May byHMRC for a total debt of £27,529, consisting of two months of PAYEand VAT from one quarter.

In a statement made on 10 May, the club stated that it had paid the VAT and one month’s PAYE totalling £27,539.

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