Championship: Bolton Wanderers v Brentford called off

Championship: Bolton Wanderers v Brentford called off

Saturday’s Championship fixture involving was called off, the EFL has verified

Bolton Wanderers’ home game against Brentford was called off following their players refused to play protest at unpaid wages.

The distressed team”regrettably” affirmed less than 24 hours prior to the scheduled kick-off period which the Championship fixture wouldn’t be occurring on Saturday.

The EFL described the developments as”unsatisfactory” in an announcement on its own site, including that Bolton are currently guilty of misconduct and will be known as an Independent Disciplinary Commission.

Their participants had published a statement before on Friday they wouldn’t be satisfying the remaining two games in the season as a result of currencies – a conclusion that won the backing of the Professional Footballers’ Association (PFA).

Both the team and coaching team members have not been compensated for March and initial -team players allegedly denied to prepare for 48 hours this month in protest later club employees also went outstanding.

“This scenario is producing mounting mental, emotional and financial burdens for individuals through no real fault of their own,” the announcement from the players read.  “The psychological pressure has influenced some folks to the extent they believe that they are not able to carry out their tasks satisfactorily.

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“These are unprecedented conditions and are impacting every part of our lives, putting great strain on ourselves and our families.”

Former Watford proprietor Laurence Bassini last week consented a last-minute takeover of the club to stop them moving into government. The agreement expected to result in the settlement of a High Court case associated with an outstanding tax bill.

Bolton’s relegation to League One has been confirmed a week with their 2-0 home defeat to Aston Villa.

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