FA chief Martin Glenn urges MPs to sort out corruption allegations in English football



Football Association supremo Martin Glenn admits things are so bad that English football could benefit from a full parliamentary enquiry.
The national game was rocked by corruption allegations last week, with Sam Allardyce forced to leave as England manager after being caught on camera advising fake businessmen how to circumvent FA rules on third-party ownership of players.
Glenn — one of the key decision-makers in hiring and firing Allardyce — likens the current situation to the banking crisis in the past decade.
‘A parliamentary inquiry? Possibly. I wouldn’t rule anything out,’ said... read more

 
2 October 2016 in Sport, Views: 37
Source: Daily Mail
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