Luton face 50 charges over payments to agents

November 16, 2007
The Football Association tonight acted on allegations of systematic back-door payments totalling £160,000 made to payments by Luton and have announced more than 50 disciplinary charges. The club, former chairman Bill Tomlins and former finance director Derek Peter have all been charged with breaching regulations, as have two current directors and six licensed football agents. It follows a 20-month probe by FA investigators that started in January 2006 after the-then Luton manager Mike Newell ...

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