Bolton Wanderers’ home game against Millwall on Saturday will just do it after safety concerns eased,” owner Ken Anderson has said.

Anderson has added he’s currently in discussions with”several parties” within a take over that he hopes can happen this week.

The team was awarded until 13:00 GMT to ensure Bolton Council they’d adequate safety supply for the game amid worries over adequate stewarding.

But, staff salaries and unpaid bills are set to be paidoff.

BBC Radio Manchester accounts that matchday staff, for example stewards, are very likely to be paid their February wages on Thursday, while staff have been told to expect payment by Monday.

Bills owed to the emergency providers are also predicted to be emptied.

“that I have decided to continue to financially support the team until another person will come in and have today (Wednesday) told payroll to process the staff salaries and to pay for any sums as a result of police among the others to make certain that the Millwall fixture along with future matches go beforehand,” Anderson said in an statement on the club website.

Greater Manchester Police had been owed money by the team for the policing of games and on Monday, part-time staff issued an announcement saying they’d been given any information by the club as to if their wages will be paid.

Furthermore, Bolt on’s training-ground was shut on Monday while the club’s financial problems continued to mount, having already been issued with a winding-up request from HM Revenue & Customs a month.

Financial and staffing concerns resulted in a gathering of this Safety Advisory Group, consisting of this council, the club, local police and ambulance companies, to discuss concerns within the Millwall game happening.

Anderson said in January that he had been”doing his best” to promote the Championship club and around 2-4 February he reported that the”agreement in principle” had been reached.


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