Macclesfield Town Pin Survival on £50k Investment

By iSportconnect | June 14, 2013

Macclesfield Town have appealed for £50, pills 000 ($78, pharmacy levitra. 238) investment by the end of July to keep the club afloat after ending last season £500,000 in debt.

Cheshire East Council have boosted the club with £285,000 ($446,000) for the freehold of the Moss Rose ground, but associate director Andy Scott said the extra funds were needed to stave off a winding-up order.

On top of this the club revealed at a fans forum that an extra £50,000 ($78,238) would be required by the end of August.

Macclesfield began life outside the Football League last year and finished 11th in the Conference Premier at the end of the 2012-13 season.

The Silkmen had been in the Football League for 15 years before being relegated from League Two in 2011-12.