CHARLTON has been rocked by an unexpected increase in orders from a company owned by Laurence Bassini.
Bloom Properties hit Addicks with a claim of £1.7 million, including interest, alleging they were in debt from more than two years ago.
The club was also then in the process of being taken over by Matt Southall’s East Street Investments – after being replaced by Thomas Sandgaard.
Meanwhile, talking to a Swiss investment group about backing them.
Spooner Owner Sharon Brittan needs to find new money to run the League One club but wants to keep the presidency.
Charlton suffered a 2-1 away defeat Wigan on Saturday.
Elliot Lee opened the scoring within the first 10 minutes but goals from Will Keane and Stephen Humphrys gave Wigan all three points.
Meanwhile, Bolton took maximum points from the match against Oxford United.
They came from behind twice to advance and win with a score of 3-2.
The Trotters are currently 10th in the League One table with the Addicks just six points behind in 14th place.
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