Worksop Town say they are ‘facing potential closure due to outstanding debts.’

Currently 14th in the BetVictor Northern Premier League South East Division, the club explain that life president Keith Ilett, who has been involved with Worksop for 50 years, approached Peter Whitehead, owner of the lease to Sandy Lane, to ask if he would become chairman.

Whitehead has agreed, provided that the club can raise £30,000 by the end of this month to help pay off debts. The club explain: “Mr Ilett is now hoping that he can find 300 Tigers supporters, local people, local businesses, and members of the larger football family to help finance the agreed sum by paying £100 each into a Worksop Town FC President’s Fund.”

Read more: http://www.worksoptownfc.co.uk/2020/02/03/official-club-statement/

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