RegulationCorporate GovernancePolice rule out football club accounts probe

Police rule out football club accounts probe

Former Birmingham City co-owner angry that the police were dragged into investigating the club's accounts

The police have decided against a criminal investigation into alleged
financial irregularities in the books of Birmingham City Football Club.

West Midlands Police said there was not a criminal matter to be further
investigated, reported
The
Metro
.

Former co-owner David Sullivan criticised the new owners’ involvement in
instigating the initial investigation, saying the club was a PLC, run by
professionals and properly audited.

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