On this point
These are all pre 2002 when the law regarding administration changed.
Dec 20th 1990
Leigh £900,000 in debt, considering selling ground to relieve chronic financial problems.
Leigh enter administration
March 4th 1992
Trafford Borough have an attendance of 150 for their match v Highfield.
April 3rd 1992
Trafford Borough face extinction as they are due in the High Court to answer a winding up petition.
14th Sepember 1993
Oldham escape winding up order by 24 hours. They agree to pay monies from TV games to players who's contracts they didn't honour.
Huddersfield enter administration
19 February 1994
Oldham came close to going out of business because of a petition brought against them by an Oldham Athletic Director.
Leigh enter administration.
22 July 1994
Doncaster face winding up order
16 Dec 1994
Doncaster, who have debts of around £1.4 million, who have already fought off winding-up orders brought by the Inland Revenue and Customs and Excise this season, are pinning hopes on an administration order, a breathing-space device which would enable them to fulfil their fixtures while seeking new owners.
Doncaster in administration.
Love the way you bring the 150 attendance into it. What the hell as that got to do with anything???
Really digging here aren't you padge. These records don't even match up to Wakefield, Bradford and Crusaders, this is 3 major financial issues in less than 3 years but I suppose you have evidence to show me that the game is in a wonderful state.