Bournemouth given more time

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Bournemouth have been given a further three months to make their next payment to HM Revenues and Customs after the winding-up petition they were issued with was adjourned.

HMRC confirmed they have given the Murry Group, who assumed control of the Coca-Cola League Two club last month, more time to ensure they can service the debt and the case will now be heard in 12 weeks' time.

The Cherries will be hoping the transfer embargo placed on them by the Football League will now be lifted as boss Eddie Howe looks to shape his squad ahead of the new season.

The south coast club's new chairman Eddie Mitchell revealed earlier this month that an interim payment was made to HMRC soon after their takeover.

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