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Bolton Wanderers players strike over unpaid wages

LONDON (Reuters) - Bolton Wanderers players have gone on strike over unpaid wages at the second-tier English club, the BBC and other British media reported on Monday.

MFL find nothing appealing about Perlis’ appeal

PETALING JAYA: The Malaysia Football League (MFL) have turned down the appeal by Perlis to continue playing in the Premier League.

Short on funds but not spirit – Perlis appeal to get back into M-League

PETALING JAYA: Perlis are appealing to get their spot back in the M-League – a day after being deregistered.

Out you go Perlis for failing to pay your dues

PETALING JAYA: Premier League outfit Perlis have been booted out of the M-League.

Cash-strapped Perlis booted out of M-League

PETALING JAYA: Premier League outfit Perlis has been booted out of the M-League as league organisers have found that the team has insufficient funds for the 2019 season.

New chapter in 2019? More like a new book, say Racing Point

TORONTO (Reuters) - Racing Point have put the cash-starved Force India days behind them and now have the resources to show Formula One what they can really do, the Canadian-owned team said on Wednesday.

FAM give ultimatum to errant teams

PETALING JAYA: You have 30 days to pay up! The Football Association of Malaysia (FAM) status committee has warned six teams – Felda United, Terengganu City, Hanelang, Police, Perlis and Kuantan – in the Malaysian League to settle salaries worth RM1.97mil to 28 players and officials.

MFL mulling use of La Liga financial system in M-League

PETALING JAYA: Let’s learn from the Spaniards.

Football - Turkey's banking association says will restructure club debts

ISTANBUL/ANKARA (Reuters) - Turkey's top football clubs such as Galatasaray and Fenerbahce will have their mounting debts restructured but not written off by the country's banking association as top tier teams have racked up more than 10 billion lira (£1.4 billion) in debt.

Turkish football club debts will not be transferred to single bank - banking association

ISTANBUL (Reuters) - The loans of Turkish football clubs will not be transferred to a single bank during their restructuring and all banks will continue managing their loan risks, Turkey's TBB banking association said on Monday.