EFL Demand Answers Over Unpaid Bolton Wages

  • March 11, 2019 | By Chris Mann
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The EFL have demanded answers from management at Bolton Wanderers, after an official complaint was lodged following the non-payment of February wages.

Players and coaching staff at the University of Bolton Stadium were due to receive their latest round of salaries on February 28 - 11 days ago - and had been promised by club owner Ken Anderson that outstanding monies would be paid by close of business on Monday if a takeover had not reached a conclusion.

With that promise now broken, a statement from players revealed the Profssional Footballers' Association had been made aware of happenings - with the union now taking their case to the league.

A statement from the EFL read: "The EFL has today been informed by the PFA that the playing squad at Bolton Wanderers have not received their February 2019 payments.

"As a result, the EFL has taken the appropriate preventative steps in line with our stated policies in his area and we have asked the club for its observations."

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