All the talk of multi-million pound transfers and extravagant weekly wages in the PL, it's a crying shame that lower league clubs are still suffering. Completely ignored, the problem won't go away on it's own.. Even on these forums.. A thread about Man City escape ban.. Everton and Zero money.. and 493+ post about the Solskjær taking over as manager Zzzzzz but nothing about Bury and the real clubs that face extinction. https://www.bbc.com/sport/football/49414602 Regardless of blame, this kind of thing can not be allowed to happen. It's devastating to English football, player development and communities in general. The FA and the bigger clubs have a massive responsibility, to ensure lower league and non league clubs don't get into this position in the first place. and how the league thinks the deduction of points helps the situation is beyond me. Whilst it may reflect what goes on in society in general, the football authorities DO have the power to do something before it gets out of hand. The closure of a club like this rips the heart out of an entire community which has social consequences too.