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Macclesfield Town wound up in High Court with debts of over £500,000

Grimsby Telegraph Wednesday, 16 September 2020 ()
Macclesfield Town wound up in High Court with debts of over £500,000The Silkmen were relegated from the EFL earlier this summer after being charged with misconduct related to the payment of player wages.
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Macclesfield Town FC wound up in High Court over debts exceeding £500,000

National League club Macclesfield Town are wound up in the High Court over debts totalling more than £500,000.
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