In an update to the earlier article, Chester City Chairman Stephen Vaughan has told the press that the outstanding debts to the Inland Revenue and Chester City Council have now been paid.
Outstanding loans from the PFA, paid to cover players wages, have also now been repaid meaning the lifting of a month-old transfer embargo.
In other news, Altrincham manager Graham Heathcote is on the lookout for a new Goalkeeper after second choice Richard Acton broke a bone in his foot in Tuesday night's Cheshire Cup match against Woodley Sports, ruling him out for a month. The injury leaves them with only one senior 'keeper.
Meanwhile Darren Mansaram, a thorn in the Bulls side in their 3-2 defeat at home to Halifax 12 months ago, has returned to Halifax after a loan spell at York. The striker played five times for York, but failed to score, and returns to The Shay carrying a groin injury. York boss Billy McEwan has not ruled out a return for Mansaram, who is yet to live up to the performances of his initial spell at Halifax, but is currently looking at Grimsby striker Jermaine Palmer, who played four games on loan at Scarboro at the start of the season including a substitute appearance against the Bulls in the opening game.
Crawley have appointed ex-England internation Alan Mullery in an advisory role. Mullery, 63, will scout matches and attend training sessions in the new role.