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Sound Of Football Podcast 381 - Bury and Bolton

Should more have been done to protect Bury and Bolton from the situations they now find themselves in? What responsibility does the EFL, and football as a whole, have towards the communities that support them?

While a common occurrence amongst clubs at every level a decade ago, when Bolton went into administration in May, they were the first league club to do so in six years. Is this a sign that Financial Fair Play, as it applies to the EFL, is performing its job? And if so, how have Bury got into the position they find themselves in: facing a winding up order this coming Thursday.


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