Class A drugs at Elland Road claims ex-boss David Haigh in spy camera ‘fraud’ probe

Elland Road

Elland Road

The spy camera saga at Leeds United took another sensational twist yesterday (Thursday) after former managing director David Haigh claimed the surveillance devices were installed following reports Class A drugs were being used at Elland Road.

Mr Haigh, who quit the club last month, made the claims after being interviewed under caution by West Yorkshire Police over allegations thousands of pounds in club money were fraudulently used to pay for spy cameras at the ground.

He attended a police station voluntarily and was spoken to by detectives less than a month after new owner Massimo Cellino discovered the surveillance equipment during a security sweep of the ground.

 

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