The steady stream of clubs facing winding up orders keeps on flowing with four more facing the court tomorrow.
The surprising, or not so depending on your take, name of the four is Crawley Town. The free spending Conference second-favourites are claimed to have only found out about the winding up order this afternoon when details of the date were posting on the ctfc.net forum. They say they are investigating the claim.
Also in the dock tomorrow are fellow Conference side Rushden, a regular visitor over the past few seasons. They have struggled to run on an even keel since Max Griggs handed the club to supporters five years ago.
The other two, both facing the taxman, are Conf North Ilkeston and Conf South Dorchester. Dorchester, who were abandoned last summer by current Bournemouth chairman Eddie Mitchell, say there are in a far better position than they were when he left and are meeting their day-to-day obligations, but are struggling to meet their historical debt.