Crisis at Aldershot: Administration follows relegation from Football League

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Aldershot have entered administration less than a week after they were relegated from the Football League.

Chief executive Andrew Mills tendered his resignation on Wednesday after failing to reach agreement with owner Kris Machala on the best way of solving the club's financial problems.

Possible new investment from outside has failed to materialise and the players remain unpaid for April, and now the club is in the hands of joint-administrators Quantuma Restructuring.

A statement from Quantuma read: "Carl Stuart Jackson and Paul Anthony Goddard of Quantuma Restructuring were formally appointed as joint administrators of Aldershot Town F.C. (1992) Limited in the High Court.

"Quantuma are currently reviewing the club's financial affairs and will release further details shortly."

Aldershot now face the possibility of a 10-point penalty for next season and a statement read: "Quantuma Restructuring appointed as joint administrators of Aldershot Town FC

"At 10.05am today Carl Stuart Jackson and Paul Anthony Goddard of Quantuma Restructuring were formally appointed as joint administrators of Aldershot Town FC (1992) Limited in the High Court.

"Quantuma are currently reviewing the club's financial affairs and will release further details shortly."