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Dumbarton asked to give assurances on the club’s future amid serious concerns over a £1.3m takeover


League One Dumbarton have been asked to provide assurances on the club’s future after shareholders raised ‘serious concerns’ over a £1.3million takeover last May.

One of the founding members of the Scottish Football League, the Sons shared the first ever league title with Rangers and celebrate their 150th anniversary next year.

Concerned by the lack of transparency surrounding the sale of the club to Cognitive Capital, however, Supporters Trust chairman David Brownlee will seek clarity…



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