Was reading about a few clubs who've had admin/points deductions, and Chester City is a worrying example, got points deducted for going into admin, then got it increased after a winding up order by the HMRC. Then players refused to play a fixture due to non payment of wages, the result of which was expulsion from the league...(Although that was the Conference league so probably different rules)
"In the summer of 2009 Chester City was placed into the hands of administrators with debts of £7 million, inclusive of Stephen Vaughan's £5.5 million investments, which incurred a 10-point penalty. This in turn was increased to a 25-point penalty once the HMRC overturned a cva"
"On 9 February 2010, Chester City failed to fulfill a fixture at Forest Green Rovers. It was reported by the BBC that the players refused to get on the team bus and that the players had also threatened twice to strike following non-payment of wages. Three days later, the Football Conference suspended Chester for seven days, during which their fixtures were suspended.
The suspension was to allow them to put their finances in order and respond to the charge of breaking five separate Conference rules. The breaches include the abandoned game against Forest Green and the cancelling of a game due to an unpaid police bill. At a meeting of the Football Conference board on 18 February, it was recommended that Chester be expelled from the league because the members of the board "failed to be convinced" that the club would fulfill its fixtures."