Tonbridge Angels say they are in the dark over the regulations and possible consequences over taking a loan to continue playing.

The National League South side released a statement yesterday afternoon in which they said the club ‘will find itself insolvent by the end of the month’, in light of the continuing absence of supporters from games and further grant funding.




On the prospect of taking on a loan to carry on the season, the club say:

“To be clear, the board doesn’t want to take on a loan and the owners don’t want to, but in a limited way, there may be no other option.

“Interestingly, there is a suggestion that in fact we might (be) in breach of league regulations if we take on a loan.

“Again, as so often with (the) National League, there is no advice or guidance on this,”


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