Mandaric unhappy over police raids

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Former Portsmouth chairman Milan Mandaric has admitted ongoing suspicions of corruption in football are a "huge concern" for those in the game.

City of London police on Monday executed search warrants at Pompey, Newcastle and Rangers as part of their investigation into corruption, and it was reported on Tuesday that the transfers of Amdy Faye and Jean-Alain Boumsong to the Magpies were being scrutinised.

Mandaric told Sky Sports News: "For all of us in football this should be a huge concern, we don´t want things like this to happen."

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