Ilkeston Town

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Ilkeston Town

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Monday 26th January 2015 19.45
Northern Premier Premier Division
Ilkeston Town 1 Blythe Spartans 1 HT: 0-0 Att: 816 Ent: £9 Prog £3.50 and quarterly!? Coffee £1
Samba 58 : Turnbull 90

fromNew Manor Ground



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Ilkeston Town

The Groundhog at related • 0 views

Monday 26th January 2015 19.45
Northern Premier Premier Division
Ilkeston Town 1 Blythe Spartans 1 HT: 0-0 Att: 816 Ent: £9 Prog £3.50 and quarterly!? Coffee £1
Samba 58 : Turnbull 90

fromNew Manor Ground


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Mansfield Are Going Home

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It has been a week of conflicting news for Mansfield Town but, after it looked as if their future may be hanging in the balance, there has finally been some good news for supporters of the Blue Square Premier club. As regular readers of this site will already be aware, Mansfield were evicted from their ground, Field Mill, for non-payment of rent by their former owner Keith Haslam.

Ilkeston Town FC: A Small Club For A Big Society?

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The battle for the future of football in Ilkeston is now on. Ben Shave reports on what has been going on since the old club in the town was liquidated.

Since becoming Prime Minister, David Cameron has consistently referred to his ‘Big Society', describing it as his "passion." Emphasising the collective role that communities can play in their progression and development, Cameron declared that the initiative is intended to "turn government on its head.

By Hook Or By Crook, Football Has To Be Rid Of The Preferred Creditor Rule

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Poor old Ilkeston Town. They bit the dust over a debt of just £47,000 and it seems unlikely that they will be the last to be made to suffer this way. There will be plenty more clubs that find themselves at the High Court on The Strand in London having hunted down the back of the metaphorical sofa, gambling the very existence of their institution after having skipped paying one of their most basic obligations: their tax bill.

By Hook Or By Crook, Football Has To Be Rid Of The Preferred Creditor Rule

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Poor old Ilkeston Town. They bit the dust over a debt of just £47,000 and it seems unlikely that they will be the last to be made to suffer this way. There will be plenty more clubs that find themselves at the High Court on The Strand in London having hunted down the back of the metaphorical sofa, gambling the very existence of their institution after having skipped paying one of their most basic obligations: their tax bill.

Ilkeston Town Pay The Ultimate Price

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The Derbyshire town of Ilkeston and Sheffield are a mere forty-five miles apart, but that difference must have felt like light years today at the High Court in London, as Ilkeston Town of the Blue Square South were wound up over a claim for £47,000 brought about by HMRC while Sheffield Wednesday of League One managed to cheat the grim reaper after the Co-operative Bank agreed to fund a payment of £780,000 to HMRC to keep Wednesday ticking over while the search for the a new buyer for the stricken Yorkshire club continues.