Company which bought Bury debt reported to be owned by partner of Dale’s daughter

23 August 2019 06:52
• MP calls for investigation into deal which proved vital• Debt purchase gave company crucial vote in favour of CVAA company which bought a £7m debt owed by Bury for £70,000, and was then able to wield a crucial vote in favour of the club’s company voluntary arrangement (CVA), is reported to be owned by the partner of the daughter of Steve Dale, the club’s owner.The MP for Bury North, James Frith, has called for an investigation into the sale of the debt to the company, RCR Holdings, which was formed on 16 July, two days before the meeting at which it then voted through the CVA. Related: Bury holds its breath as club teeters on brink of expulsion Related: Bury stalwart Jill Neville urges Steve Dale to give up control of club in letter Continue readingreadfullarticle

Source: TheGuardian