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Sport Macclesfield facing EFL sanctions as players still refuse to play Saturday's League One fixture against Crewe after holding talks with league bosses

18:21  06 december  2019
18:21  06 december  2019 Source:   dailymail.co.uk

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Macclesfield ’s players and staff say their League Two match against Crewe will not go ahead. Following the joint statement, Crewe said they were seeking more clarity. “The club are aware of media reports surrounding Saturday ’ s fixture against Macclesfield Town,” read a statement on Crewe ’s

Macclesfield Town's unpaid players say they will not play Saturday ' s League Two game with The threat of a further strike for their League Two fixture against Mansfield was averted when the Macclesfield 's latest appearance came two weeks after an adjournment to establish whether a £180

Macclesfield are currently managed by Daryl McMahon © Alan Hayward/MI News/NurPhoto via Getty Images Macclesfield are currently managed by Daryl McMahon

Macclesfield Town face serious sanctions from the EFL after players stood firm during crisis talks and refused to play Saturday’s fixture against Crewe.

Having not been paid for months, the players are understood to have said they are not in a suitable state to play the League Two fixture.

Separate meetings took place earlier on Friday with the EFL and the players and the PFA, but failed to find a solution.

a sign in front of a blue car parked in a parking lot: Macclesfield face EFL sanctions after players called off their League One clash against Crewe © Provided by Daily Mail Macclesfield face EFL sanctions after players called off their League One clash against Crewe

The beleaguered club is now likely to face financial punishment from the League.

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Macclesfield ’s upcoming League Two match against Crewe will not go ahead The Cheshire club were last month charged with misconduct by the EFL after they failed to pay their players . “The club are aware of media reports surrounding Saturday ’ s fixture against Macclesfield Town,” a statement

Macclesfield ' s League Two game at home to Crewe on Saturday remains in doubt, with the English Football League saying they will meet players to discuss the situation at the club. An inexperienced side was fielded in a 4-0 FA Cup defeat by Kingstonian after first -team players refused to play .

Macclesfield’s ex-manager Sol Campbell is owed £180,000 in unpaid wages.

The EFL said in a statement: 'Macclesfield Town has informed the EFL that they will not be in a position to fulfil Saturday’s League Two fixture against Crewe Alexandra.

'As a result of this formal notification, the League has been forced to suspend the game and under EFL Regulations, the club is now deemed to be guilty of misconduct and will be referred to an Independent Disciplinary Commission. The EFL will now consider the matter of determining when the fixture will be played.

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Macclesfield are meant to be hosting Crewe in a League Two game on Saturday . Macclesfield ' s players say they have called off their League One clash against Crewe . She said Macclesfield bosses should get time to clear debts and said the case would be reconsidered on December 18.

Macclesfield ' s League Two game against Crewe is suspended by the EFL , with players The Silkmen' s players had said they would not play in protest over unpaid wages and that their Macclesfield later informed the EFL they were unable to fulfil the fixture , leading it to be suspended.

'The EFL had met members of playing staff at Macclesfield Town alongside representatives of the PFA earlier on Friday and during that constructive meeting it was made clear that the health and wellbeing of both the players and staff had been adversely affected by the ongoing late payment of wages and, as a result, would be unable to focus on on-the-pitch matters.

Sol Campbell wearing a suit and tie: Macclesfield’s former manager Sol Campbell is owed £180,000 in unpaid wages © Provided by Daily Mail Macclesfield’s former manager Sol Campbell is owed £180,000 in unpaid wages 'The EFL has considerable sympathy with the difficulties faced by all those affected at the club and is continuing to offer appropriate support to players via the PFA and to staff through our partnership with mental health charity Mind.

'At the meeting the EFL also outlined its position, the options available in respect of taking action and stressed the responsibility it has in ensuring the competitions are governed correctly.'

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