Bolton are facing liquidation later this week after a deal to buy the club collapsed over the weekend.
Bolton’s future is under immediate threat after a liquidation warning was issued by the club’s administrator.
The Football League faces losing one of its founder members after a deal to save Bolton fell through, seemingly taking with it over a century of history.
Bolton face liquidation later this week unless a deal to buy the club which collapsed over the weekend can be resurrected at the 11th hour.
Bury have been handed a lifeline as they battle to preserve their Football League status with the EFL hinting they could be given extra time if a deal is close.
The EFL has expressed its concern at delays over the sale of Bolton and wants to see a resolution before Tuesday.
Bolton caretaker Jimmy Phillips admits it is a trying time for everyone at the club after they were swatted aside 5-0 at home to Ipswich.
Managerless Bolton suffered another defeat as they were ruthlessly beaten 5-0 at home to Ipswich in front of a record low attendance.
Former Bolton boss Phil Parkinson hopes to see the club thrive again after admitting he left Wanderers with “a heavy heart” this week.
Academy manager Jimmy Phillips is expected to be in charge if Bolton’s scheduled League One match against Ipswich goes ahead.
The English Football League will consider giving Bury a “very short delay” to come up with a credible business plan or a new owner, or they will become the first club to be ejected from the English Football League since 1992.
Bolton have accepted manager Phil Parkinson’s resignation, confirming his departure amid the ongoing financial turmoil at the Lancashire club.
Phil Parkinson has resigned as manager of Bolton, adding to the chaos engulfing the Sky Bet League One club.
Accrington owner Andy Holt has blamed the football authorities for the financial crisis that has engulfed the club’s neighbours and League One rivals Bolton and Bury.
A baby girl has been bathed in the river that inspired her name.
Bolton have been granted a further stay of execution by the High Court as the club look to avoid a winding-up order.
Bolton face another day in the High Court trying to stave off a winding-up petition from HM Revenue and Customs for £1.2million in unpaid tax and other debts.
Bolton will have to play their next two league matches behind closed doors after the club’s safety advisory group decided the Championship strugglers could not guarantee fans at the University of Bolton Stadium would be safe.
A Dundee man living south of the border has paid tribute to his home city by naming his daughter River Tay.
Sir Ian McKellen has spoken about how regional theatre launched his career as he prepares to embark on an 80-date tour of the United Kingdom - including Dundee.