The leader of the consortium behind the takeover of troubled Luton insists the Football Association's rejection of their appeal against a 10-point penalty marks the 'lowest point' of the club's 122-year history.
The Hatters were docked 10 points and ordered to pay a £50,000 fine earlier
this month by the FA for breaching regulations over payments to agents.
That penalty was followed last week by a further 20-point penalty from the
Football League after the club exited administration without agreeing ...