Creditors of Dunfermline Athletic Football Club will be able to put their questions to administrators on Wednesday next week, practitioners have confirmed.
The club – which was relegated to the third tier of Scottish football last season – has asked creditors of Dunfermline Athletic Football Club Ltd to contact the joint administrators in advance of the meeting should they intend to vote on restructuring proposals.
Bryan Jackson and Robert Barclay of BDO LLP are the joint administrators handling the process.
The meeting is being held at the club’s East End Park ground in Halbeath Road, Dunfermline at noon on 19 June. Any creditor entitled to attend and vote is entitled to appoint a proxy to attend.
In an interview with the Dunfermline Press, Jackson warned that the fans are insistent that they continue to play their home games at East End Park and any new buyer will have to factor this into plans.
However, the company that owns the ground has also gone into administration meaning the future of the ground is hanging in the balance too.
In April, the club saw their problems escalate after they were been suspended from the Scottish Cup until they settled a debt to Hamilton Academical in full.