Birmingham City co-owner David Sullivan has accused the City of London Police of "being more interested in making a name for themselves" after he was arrested in connection with the inquiry into alleged corruption in English football.
Sullivan was held earlier this month with City´s managing director Karren Brady on suspicion of conspiracy to defraud and false accounting. They were later released on bail and vehemently deny any wrongdoing.
Sullivan told the Daily Express: "Two weeks ago a policewoman and three policemen were here searching my house, terrifying my staff. They take your fingerprints, they take your DNA, they treat you like some complete prat."
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