King's Lynn Football Club is wound up in the High Court
Paddy Davitt King's Lynn FC have today been officially wound up at the High Court in London.Chairman Ken Bobbins failed with a last ditch appeal to the High Court hearing within the last ten minutes.
King's Lynn football club has less than a week to overturn the High Court's decision to wind up the debt-ridden Unibond Premier Division outfit.
Norfolk's biggest non-league club can apply to rescind the compulsory winding-up petition, if they clear a �67,000 tax debt owed to Her Majesty's Revenue and Customs (HMRC).
However, Linnets' chairman Ken Bobbins admitted that the current board were unlikely to settle the five-figure sum with the club's total debt believed to be in excess of �150,000.
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