14 jul 2008

Detectives from the City of London economic crime unit have reportedly completed their investigation into alleged corruption in English football and handed the evidence to the Crown Prosecution Service, that will decide whether any charges can be brought.

The police have been looking into allegations of fraud regarding player transfers and agents' fees, with the case already having led to the questioning of high-profile figures including Portsmouth manager Harry Redknapp and Birmingham managing director Karren Brady.

Brady and Birmingham co-owner David Sullivan were arrested and released on bail in April shortly after the club's ground was searched.

Others arrested in November include Redknapp; former Portsmouth chairman Milan Mandaric; former Portsmouth player Amdy Faye and his agent, Willie McKay; and former Portsmouth chief executive Peter Storrie.

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