Swindon ponder administration
Swindon Town are believed to be considering administration for the third time in order to reduce reported debts of around £13m.
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Owner Andrew Black is said to be unwilling to put further funds into the club, and is seeking alternative investment with possible new owners lined up.
It is believed around £9m would be cleared from the deficit if the club enter administration, but a points penalty of 10-points could be imposed if they do so.
On Thursday morning the club's official Twitter feed said: "Robin's News Swindon Town consider entering administration to cut £13m debts."
Chairman Sir William Patey previously said: "The dream scenario is we'd be in the Championship with new investors and new owners, but there are a lot of other things that could happen too, and I do stress the money situation is extremely tight."