Action to strike off Bangor City Football Club as a company has been discontinued.
Companies House had written to the Huws Gray Cymru Alliance club to give them notice that the business faces being struck off the Registrar of Companies and dissolved .
This warning gave them two months to respond to show that the business continues to trade as normal by submitting a confirmation statement, which is an annual snapshot of information about directors and shareholders.
Now the Government agency says “cause has been shown” why the company (Bangor City) should not be struck of the register. The action has now been discontinued.
The club had previously told the Daily Post that the confirmation statement required by Companies House had already been submitted and blamed administration delays on why this had not yet been registered.
A spokesman said they had spoken with Companies House to resolve this and stop the striking off order – which they believed had been issued in error.
The Citizens have faced two winding up orders from Her Majesty’s Revenue and Customs (HMRC) this year over an unpaid tax bill.
But both orders were dismissed at London’s High Court after the debt was paid.
The football club lost their top flight status in April and are playing in the Huws Gray Alliance after failing to obtain a tier one domestic licence for the 2018/19 season.
The club was taken over by a consortium in 2016 with Stephen Vaughan Jnr appointed as director of football.