Ex-Hereford Boss Issues Bulls Winding Up Petition
May 23 2014
Martin Foyle, the former Hereford United manager Martin Foyle has issued a winding-up petition against his old club. He filed the petition on Thursday, and the court date for the hearing has been set for Monday, 2 June.
It is reported that Hereford are currently ion around £225,000 worth of debt. A club statement read:
“The current winding up petition served by ex-manager Martin Foyle has not come unexpectedly, the debt owed to Martin is included, and will be fully covered”
The indebtedness reportedly includes an £80,000 tax bill to HMRC, about £30,000 owed to other clubs for loan players and outstanding wages to a number of Bulls players.
Hereford’s Previous Winding Up Petition
This isn’t the first time Hereford have received a winding up petition. HMRC issued a petition against the club in late March over an unpaid tax demand of £78,000.
The petition was heard at the High Court of Justice on 7 April. However, Hereford United were granted a seven-day adjournment by the High Court to settle their outstanding tax bill and they managed to pay the full sum of, £78,000 to HMRC.
Winding Up Petition Legal Advice
If you have received a winding up petition our legal experts are able to provide legal advice and representation. Our team of solicitors and barristers can obtain a court adjournment, CVA’s or successfully challenge the validity of the winding up petition to ensure that the petition is dismissed.
The articles published on this website, current at the date of posting, are for reference purposes only and do not constitute legal advice and should not be relied upon as such. Specific legal advice about your specific circumstances should always be sought separately before taking any action.Call us on ☎ 02071830529 or email us on for more information about the specialist insolvency legal services we provide. Our team of London lawyers are based in Middle Temple adjacent to the Companies Court. We are committed to providing professional and specialist legal advice and are leading experts in cases involving winding-up petitions.