From the BBC.

Bolton's rearranged Championship game versus Brentford will now not take place and the Bees will be given three points on the basis of a 1-0 victory.


The match was scheduled to take place on Saturday, 27 April but was called off 16 hours before kick-off as players refused to play over unpaid wages.


Unable to confirm that adequate safety personnel will be in place, Bolton were given a prohibition notice.


The EFL said Bolton were now guilty of misconduct and will be disciplined.


"Following the decision taken by Bolton Wanderers' Safety Advisory Group (SAG) to issue a prohibition notice preventing Tuesday's rearranged fixture with Brentford from taking place, the EFL will not be asking that the game is played at a future date," an English Football League statement said.


"There is no provision under EFL regulations to direct clubs to play at a later date than four days past the conclusion of the season and, as a result, it has been determined that Brentford will be awarded the three points on the basis of a 1-0 victory.


"As a consequence, Bolton Wanderers is now deemed to be guilty of misconduct by the EFL which will result in disciplinary proceedings against the club being taken at an appropriate time."


Bolton, who have already been relegated from the Championship to League One, were initially told that they must complete the fixture "at the earliest opportunity".


The EFL had said that it was "satisfied that a team can be selected from the players they have registered and available to them" for their remaining two league fixtures, even if first-team players do not make themselves available for selection.


Sunday's game away at Nottingham Forest will go ahead as planned after the squad made themselves available to play in that match.


BBC Sport understands the PFA agreed to loan the club money to cover part of the unpaid wages earlier this week, although defender Andy Taylor told BBC Radio 5 Live on Friday that they still have not received any payments towards their outstanding wages for March and April.


Despite the Brentford home fixture later being arranged for Tuesday, 7 May - two days after the season ends - the EFL made the decision to call the match off altogether and award the Bees victory in the process. 

That's what you get when a small club tries to compete with the big boys.

The rumour is all of the senior players at Bolton have had legal advice and told that their contracts have been breached and they’re free to leave.

Might start next season on -12

Bolton Wanderers given 14 days by High Court to appoint administrator - http://www.bbc.co.uk/sport/football/48199290

Administration confirmed

https://www.bbc.co.uk/sport/football/48257398

A guy got sacked at work today, I don’t like to see any man out of a job, especially with a young family.

The same goes for a football club. 

Rot in hell maybe, but, wiped of the face of the earth?

Leesthedaddy wrote:

A guy got sacked at work today, I don’t like to see any man out of a job, especially with a young family.

The same goes for a football club. 

Rot in hell maybe, but, wiped of the face of the earth?

What did the bloke get sacked for?
12 point deduction confirmed for next season.  Their fans are actually happy about it, bit like we would be if it meant getting rid of Oyston. 
Good I am happy for them.
They'll still probably finish above us.
Probably, they are a bit of a League One/Championship yo yo club.
tangerine77 wrote:They'll still probably finish above us.

Thank fuck it’s not just me. 

As long as wanky don’t lose to many players they’ll get mid table safety. We’re a long way off a promotion 

Food banks for staff setup.

https://www.bbc.co.uk/sport/football/48268140

Looks like they have found a new owner.

https://www.bwfc.co.uk/news/2019/june/statement-on-behalf-of-the-joint-administrators-for-bolton-wanderers/

tangerinejezza wrote:

Thank fuck it’s not just me. 

As long as wanky don’t lose to many players they’ll get mid table safety. We’re a long way off a promotion 

Let's wait and see how the new owners invest and what players can be signed before we say that kind of thing. We may be in for a pleasant surprise.