Leeds charged by FA over Ross McCormack move to Fulham

17 May

Leeds have been charged by the Football Association with breaching the governing body’s football agent regulations.


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The charge alleging misconduct refers to the transfer of Ross McCormack to Fulham in July 2014, the FA said in a statement.

Scottish striker McCormack left Elland Road in a deal worth B£11million.


Leeds, owner Massimo Cellino and authorised agent Derek Day have all been charged and have until May 20 to respond.

The FA said on its website: “Leeds United have been charged for breaching the FA’s football agent regulations. The alleged misconduct relates to the transaction involving the transfer of Ross McCormack from Leeds to Fulham on 8 July 2014.”

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