It appears to be going from bad to worse for Owen Oyston and Blackpool FC at the moment.
After the club was put into receivership on 13 February, Owen was forced to pay former director Valeri Beloken £25m. Now his own son, Karl Oyston, who was chairman of the League One club since 1999 is bringing a claim relating to wages.
It will be interesting to see the outcome of this dispute...
Former Blackpool FC chairman Karl Oyston is suing the club - owned by his father Owen - in a dispute over wages. Mr Oyston's case is due for a two-day hearing at an Employment Tribunal in Manchester. Karl Oyston was replaced by his sister Natalie Christopher as chairman and director of the club in February 2018. Last week the club was put into receivership by the High Court, in a dispute between Owen Oyston and ex-director Valeri Belokon.