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High Court give Argyle more time

 

Plymouth Argyle Football Club has been handed 63 days by the High Court to pay off their tax debts to HM Revenue & Customs.

The Npower Championship side, which has failed to pay its staff and players for November, asked for 56 days but was instead granted over two months to clear the £760,000 tax debt.

During the hearing the club also revealed they have an investor lined up to plough £500,000 into the club, although their identity is unknown.

Former Cardiff City and Leeds United chairman Peter Ridsdale was linked with a takeover of the club after holding talks with officials. 

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