Kent Online report that Ebbsfleet United yesterday warded off moves at the High Court to wind it up over another unpaid tax bill.

It is reported the taxman had been seeking another winding up petition, issued at the end of December, over an unpaid tax demand of £57,165.

Back in December at the same Insolvency and Companies Court, the club had been brought in front of a judge by HMRC in unconnected proceedings after another winding up petition over another debt, the value of which was never disclosed.

However, by the time it reached court, HMRC was no longer seeking a winding up petition at that time as the club had paid the debt.

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*Ebbsfleet United also tweeted ahead of yesterday’s hearing that ‘nothing is owed to HMRC, tomorrow is a formality with the debt paid and will be dismissed tomorrow.’

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