MPs to grill FA in commons over dodgy deals



The Football Association will be asked to launch an independent inquiry into allegations of corruption within the game today when its chairman Greg Clarke appears before the Commons culture, media and sport select committee.
In the wake of the Daily Telegraph’s investigation into bribery and wrongdoing in football, Clarke will also be grilled by MPs on the level of due diligence carried out by the FA before it appointed former head coach Sam Allardyce.
Allardyce’s contract was terminated by mutual consent last month after he was secretly filmed appearing to advise undercover reporters on... read more

 
17 October 2016 in Editorial, Views: 46
Source: Morning Star
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