FilGoal | News | 10 English Football League clubs may go bankrupt in the coming weeks


British Parliament member Damien Collins said that there are 10 clubs in the English Football Association that may go bankrupt in the next few weeks due to the difficult current situation with the suspension of activity. And according to his statements to “Sky Sports”.

“In the next few weeks, we may see 10 clubs from the English Football Association threatened with bankruptcy,” Collins said.

He added, “We saw what happened with the teams of Buri and Bolton last summer, they were in trouble. If this happens in the coming weeks with these clubs, there will be popular demands for intervention.”

“Without government interference, these clubs will go bankrupt and some may follow, too.”

“I do not think that there is an entity that is able to pay the required money. It needs to lead the government here,” he said.

Football activity in Britain has stopped since last March due to the outbreak of the new Corona virus “Covid 19”. The English Football Association, which includes Championship and First and Second Class, has announced the continuation of the decline and the rise, even if the current season is canceled.

Britain has recorded more than 250,000 cases of coronavirus so far, along with more than 36,000 deaths. To be the second most injured country and the first in terms of deaths, overcoming Italy.

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