Livingston face administration threat

Livingston face a threat of going into administration for a third time.   The club went into administration in 2004 and 2009.

Former chief executive Ged Nixon is bringing an action in the Court of Session in Edinburgh to freeze the club’s funds.    He want to sue them for £311,000.   If he was successful, the club might not be able to pay wages due on 25th December.

Livingston face a threat of going into administration for a third time.   The club went into administration in 2004 and 2009.

Former chief executive Ged Nixon is bringing an action in the Court of Session in Edinburgh to freeze the club’s funds.    He want to sue them for £311,000.   If he was successful, the club might not be able to pay wages due on 25th December.

Fans take the view that Ged Nixon is involved in a dispute with Neil Rankine who owns 50 per cent of the shares with the club caught in the middle.

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