WANDERERS have moved to calm fans' concerns after the sudden appearance of two secured debts in the last week.

Separate charges have been filed recently at Companies House secured against land and assets owned by the club.

It has been made clear to The Bolton News, however, that arrangements with the Fildraw Trust - which takes care of the estate of late owner Eddie Davies - and administrators, David Rubin and Partners, were both organised by Football Ventures last August, when they completed the takeover.

It is claimed that paperwork has taken time to filter through the system but that neither charge is a reflection of any recent debt accrued by the club, or financial problems.

It had been reported late last year there had been a disagreement between Wanderers' owners and the administrators, who were appointed by Davies's family last May.

Again, suggestion of discord was played down, with Football Ventures issuing a statement which suggested a swift resolution would be found.

“It is widely known that the takeover of the club was protracted and that there were a number of complications right up until completion.

“David Rubin and Partners worked under difficult circumstances and were ultimately instrumental in the survival of the football club.

“FVWL and the joint administrators are working together to finalise the administration process and remain in discussions regarding the associated fees which we hope will be resolved this year."