THE HALF DECENT FOOTBALL MAGAZINE

Winding-up order over £58,000 debt

icon brokenball3 September ~ Kettering Town are on the verge of going out of business after the High Court issued a winding-up order yesterday. The 141-year-old club were taken to court by Rushden & Diamonds Ltd, the company left over when that club was wound up two years ago, over a £58,000 debt. Kettering will appeal and their next two games will go ahead. In 2006 things were better – their owner had plans to turn them professional and even performances were good under surprise managerial appointment Paul Gascoigne, as Toby Skinner reported in WSC 227.

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