11 Feb 2009

Birmingham City managing director arrested over alleged football corruption in England

6:53 pm on 11 February 2009

Birmingham City managing director Karren Brady has been arrested by London police investigating alleged corruption in English soccer.

Brady, who was also arrested last April along with the club's co-owner David Sullivan as part of the same investigation, was questioned at a London police station and then released on bail.

Seven people have been arrested at various stages during the investigation including Tottenham manager Harry Redknpp but none have been charged.