Stoke chairman Peter Coates says football 'has never been cleaner' but calls for details of transfer deals to be made public

Longtime Stoke City chairman Peter Coates says he believes professional football is not corrupt - despite the financial scandals that have engulfed the game this past week.
'The game has never been cleaner, and I've been in this game a long time,' Coates told the BBC. 
Coates' official capacity with Stoke goes back to 1985, when he took a seat on the club's board.
'The amounts are extraordinary, but strangely lots more went on when there was less money in the game.'
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30 September 2016 in Sport, Views: 25
Source: Daily Mail

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