A judge has dismissed bids to wind up two football clubs after being told that tax owed had been paid.
Macclesfield are on the brink of being taken over after a deal was agreed in principle with local businessman Joe Sealey, the son of former Manchester United goalkeeper Les.
Macclesfield’s game against Crewe on Saturday has been suspended after Town informed the EFL they would be unable to fulfil the fixture.
The EFL is to meet with Macclesfield players to talk through the situation at the club and whether the Sky Bet League Two match against Crewe and potentially other fixtures can go ahead.
Macclesfield’s players and staff say their Sky Bet League Two match against Crewe will not go ahead, although there has been no official confirmation the game is off.
Former Macclesfield manager Sol Campbell wants the club to be wound up because debts have not been paid, a judge has heard.
Gary Bowyer hailed striker James Vaughan after his header salvaged a point for Bradford at Macclesfield.
James Vaughan was Bradford’s hero as his header rescued a point in a 1-1 draw at Macclesfield.
Macclesfield could again be without Theo Archibald for the visit of Bradford in League Two.
Daryl McMahon praised Macclesfield after they held Salford to a 0-0 draw at the Peninsula Stadium.