MORE than 200 claims against Leeds United following the club’s fall into administration five years ago have now been agreed, a report by the liquidators has disclosed.
The claims by unsecured creditors amount to £18.5 million, a report by accountants KPMG reveals. Another 61 claims worth £4.7m have been rejected.
The club’s administration triggered the sale by KPMG to a newly-formed company led by current owner Ken Bates.
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