Mandaric unhappy police named Pompey

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Former Portsmouth chairman Milan Mandaric has slammed City of London police for their handling of Monday´s raids on three football clubs.

Pompey were one of those targeted by police, along with Newcastle and Rangers, when officers executed search warrants as part of their investigation into corruption in football - which is not linked to Lord Stevens´ inquiry on illegal Premier League payments.

Mandaric is convinced officers will find no wrongdoing at the south coast club and is angry at the way the three implicated clubs´ names have been brought under suspicion, telling Sky Sports News: "It´s giving football something it doesn´t really need at this time. Especially I´m talking in the case of Portsmouth, where you know there is nothing there."

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