NO CHARGES FOR FORMER LEEDS UNITED MANAGING DIRECTOR DAVID HAIGH

Written 3rd November 2014 by Olliers Solicitors

As Solicitors for David Haigh, Leeds United’s former Managing Director, we can confirm that he will not face charges in relation to allegations of misappropriation of club monies.

Mr Haigh was questioned by police in May 2014 following complaints to West Yorkshire police that surveillance devices were found at various locations within the club, including the boardroom.

It has always been Mr Haigh’s case that this was legitimate expenditure following reports of the use of Class A drugs in the boardroom washroom facilities.

Matthew Claughton, Managing Director of Olliers, commented:

“Whilst the police have a duty to investigate all complaints at no stage did we expect this matter to lead to a prosecution. The conclusion of this episode leaves David free to concentrate on his dispute with GFH in Dubai.”

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