Salisbury City are given two weeks to resolve their ongoing financial difficulties and avoid being wound up.
Financially-troubled Salisbury City are told that their application to join the Wessex League has been rejected.
A five-person consortium fail in their bid to assume ownership of former Conference club Salisbury City.
Salisbury City fail to overturn their demotion from Conference South, leaving the future of the club in doubt.
The consortium attempting to take over Salisbury City look set to take their case to the High Court to secure ownership.
A takeover of demoted non-league side Salisbury City by a new consortium is yet to be ratified, reports BBC Wiltshire.
Ex-Portsmouth striker Steve Claridge is in talks with non-league Salisbury regarding their vacant managerial position.
Outail Touzar's ownership of Salisbury City is overturned and the Whites are taken over by a new consortium.
Plymouth Argyle sign goalkeeper James Bittner from demoted non-league side Salisbury City on a one-year contract.
Salisbury City are expelled from the Football Conference after failing to pay a £50,000 bond and football creditors.
Conference Premier side Woking sign midfielder Theo Lewis following his departure from troubled Salisbury City.
Conference Premier side Woking sign defender James Clarke following his departure from troubled Salisbury City.
Bristol Rovers sign midfielder Stuart Sinclair on an undisclosed contract from struggling Salisbury City.
Midfielder Rob Sinclair becomes the third Salisbury City player to join Forest Green Rovers this summer.
Salisbury City co-owner Mark Winter quits the ailing Conference South club
Conference Premier side Aldershot Town have signed Salisbury City striker Dan Fitchett on a free transfer.
Mikey Harris resigns as manager of troubled Salisbury City to become Portsmouth's new youth team boss.
Salisbury City winger Elliott Frear leaves the cash-strapped club to take up a two-year deal with Forest Green Rovers.
Aldershot sign Salisbury defender Glenn Wilson on a free transfer, while midfielder Mark Molesley signs a new deal.
Exiled Salisbury chairman Outail Touzar claims the club will appeal against their demotion from the Conference Premier.