Mike Newell insists his decision to blow the whistle on irregular payments cost him his job as Luton manager but believes the disciplinary charges announced by the Football Association vindicates his decision to go public.
Newell made his claim in January 2006 and a 20-month FA investigation has now
resulted in more than 50 charges being issued.
The FA have acted on allegations of systematic back-door payments totalling
£160,000 made to agents by Luton.
The club, ex-chairman Bill Tomlins and former ...