Widnes Vikings are required to go into administration on Friday and will get a twelve-point deduction.
The Vikings have just deferred Sunday’s Championship match against Sheffield Eagles “with talks progressing to guarantee the club’s persistence”.
They have gotten one month from now’s focal dissemination cash from the Rugby Football League early, enabling the club’s staff and players to be paid.
A proposed takeover of Widnes fell through on Tuesday “at a late stage”.
The Vikings, consigned from Super League last season following a seven-year spell in the best level of rugby class, said the deal had fallen after a “key part” of the gathering hauled out.
“The club keeps on welcoming different articulations of enthusiasm from people or gatherings that may wish to help Widnes Vikings as of now,” Widnes included an announcement.
They said the choice to defer Sunday’s match had been done “related” with the Eagles and that they would refresh supporters when the club could affirm further subtleties.
The Vikings have won 2 and lost one of their 3 group matches in this season.