Bolton Wanderers Championship has called a match after striking his players.
The club had to play at home on Saturday afternoon, but the English Football League decided to postpone a tie.
He said in a statement: "Bolton Wanderers, after providing formal confirmations to meet the fixture duty on Saturday in Brentford, is not planned as planned.
"On Friday, the club's collective playground was published, they decided to not complete the rest of the season, if they did not receive some debt."
The EFL said the club was considered as guilty of inadequacy and would be subject to future disciplinary procedures.
After Bolton's expulsion from the Premier League in 2012, it has been a lot of years for the club, which means it has been paid a million pounds.
In February, Wanderers gave HM Revenue and Customs a liquefied order, the owners of the club found buyers.
Bolton was the first penalty to be dropped to the League One and would be two games that would play today at the bottom of the second.
As the club's financial problems increased, the club stopped paying four weeks ago for players and coaches.
On Friday, the entire team of the first group warned that the soldiers could not afford to pay the salaried pay.
The players and the five coaches said they had to pay in March.
Bolton has "unfortunately" affirmed that the game has been destroyed and "he says he would ask him to apologize for the problems that may arise."