A food bank has been set up to help staff at troubled Bolton who have gone without pay as the club slipped into administration.
Bolton will begin next season in League One on -12 points after entering administration.
Bolton will start next season in Sky Bet League One with a 12-point deduction after going into administration, the English Football League has announced.
Chairman Ken Anderson and a company acting on behalf of late owner Eddie Davies’s Trust have separately filed documents to place Bolton into administration.
Bolton have been given more time to sort out their financial affairs by a judge at an Insolvency and Companies Court hearing in London on Wednesday.
Bolton chairman Ken Anderson has announced he will be forced to place the club in administration.
Phil Parkinson said he was ‘proud’ of Bolton’s performance, despite the 1-0 Sky Bet Championship loss at Nottingham Forest.
Crisis club Bolton bowed out of the Sky Bet Championship with a whimper as a patched together side suffered a 1-0 defeat at Nottingham Forest.
Bolton’s rearranged home fixture against Brentford will not be played, with the Bees being awarded three points.
Laurence Bassini claims to have taken control of Bolton despite the club’s insistence his potential takeover is off.
Bolton’s financial crisis shows no sign of abating after the club said the proposed sale to Laurence Bassini was off.