Crystal Palace fans protest over liquidation threat


Crystal Palace could be liquidated unless the group trying to buy the club can seal a deal by 1500 BST on Tuesday.

CPFC 2010 has been given the deadline by Brendan Guilfoyle, the administrator put in charge of the Eagles in January.

The group has agreed terms on a deal to buy the club but will not proceed until they secure Selhurst Park, which is being sold by Bank of Scotland.

But a statement from CPFC 2010 on the Palace website says the deal presented by the bank is "unworkable".

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