Bolton Wanderers Repay PFA Loan

  • January 17, 2019 | By Chris Mann
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Bolton Wanderers have repaid a loan, reported to be in the region of £500,000, that was handed to them by the Professional Footballers' Association.

Wanderers, who have been under a player registration embargo because of the debt owed, received a scheduled payment from the EFL this week and have immediately used a portion of the balance to clear what was due to the player's union.

Club owner Ken Anderson had previously denied the acceptance of financial support from the PFA, with an email to season ticket holders last week listing this as truth as of the end of November.

A percentage of December's salaries are understood to have been paid with the loan, which has now been ticked off the to-do list in the offices of the University of Bolton Stadium.

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