Embattled Rugby League club London Broncos have today (21 November) confirmed it will seek to appointment administrators in order to resolve the club’s future.
A statement from the club said: “London Broncos rugby league club have today instructed lawyers to file a notice of intention to appoint administrators over the club.
“This will allow 10 working days for the club to work with the Rugby Football League and other parties to resolve the club’s future and will prevent any creditor from taking action against the club in this period.”
The Rugby Super League have listed London Broncos within the 2014 season fixture list, prompting the club into action.
London Broncos have been plagued with problems since narrowly escaping relegation at the end of the 2013 season.
The club is currently without a venue for home games and has seen several players and backroom staff move on, as well as making a number of redundancies in September.