The announcement that Telford Ice Sports Ltd, the company behind Telford Tigers, have instructed a firm of business recovery specialists and insolvency practitioners to assist in placing the company into Creditors’ Voluntary Liquidation caused plenty of debate across a variety of platforms.
In our latest Twitter Talk feature, we take a look at the reaction to the latest financial controversy to hit the EPL:
— Dezso Dark (@DezsoD) November 15, 2016
Half a million??? Did they dunk the team bus in gold? https://t.co/ifXNhU36m9
— Anthony Russell (@84arussell) November 15, 2016
With Telford in liquidation and recent financial issues for Manchester and Bracknell, can the EPL survive?
— Banners On The Wall (@BannersOTW) November 15, 2016
Telford Tigers go into liquidation which comes as a shock to about the same amount of people as Connor McGregor apologises to
— Ross Jardine (@RossJardine2112) November 15, 2016
Met some lovely people in Telford, for them I hope Tigers survive. I hope the fans who mocked Phoenix for 18months feel mighty silly though!
— MartinOfTheChoirboys (@pnxchoirboys) November 15, 2016
Telford plight is so sad. Dragons, Tigers, Wasps & Steelers stand as my list of the Devils greatest rivals. We don’t want 3 out of 4 gone.
— John Donovan (@JD38_cardiff) November 15, 2016
If the Telford Tigers do go belly up
Where does that leave the Phantoms and for that matter the rest of the league?#IceHockey
— Phil (@uponthisrock34) November 15, 2016
Looking like Telford Tigers have gone bump. Living beyond their means for a year or two now, it isn’t really a surprise
— Daniel Chapman (@danielchapman86) November 15, 2016
— Telford Council (@TelfordWrekin) November 16, 2016
(Image permission: Tony Sargent)