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Luis Suarez's four-month ban upheld but cleared to train with Barcelona

Thu 14th Aug 2014 | Legal

Luis Suarez's four-month ban for biting Italy defender Giorgio Chiellini is upheld by the Court of Arbitration for Sport, but he is cleared to train with new club Barcelona. A full explanation of the...

The legal implications of Luis Suarez biting incident

Wed 25th Jun 2014 | Legal

Uruguay's Luis Suarez faces a lengthy ban that would force him to miss the rest of the World Cup if found guilty of biting Italy's Giorgio Chiellini. Fifa, football's governing body, has opened...

FIFPro Launch Guide To Tackle Match-Fixing

Thu 29th May 2014 | Legal

A Good Practice Guide designed to challenge the scourge of match-fixing in football will be presented at the closing conference of Don’t Fix It – an anti-match-fixing partnership between...

FIFPro Prepares Europe For Legal Battle

Mon 14th Apr 2014 | Legal

New details relating to FIFPro’s legal challenge to overhaul the transfer system will be presented today at the opening of a two-day European General Assembly, in Dublin. Following last...

Guernsey FC Pen Image Rights Registration First

Tue 25th Mar 2014 | Legal

Icondia, the Image Rights Registration specialist, is delighted to announce that it has just submitted an application for registration of the Image Rights for Guernsey Football Club...

Anelka Stands Accused a Legal Overview

Wed 26th Feb 2014 | Legal

With Nicolas Anelka’s disciplinary hearing by an independent regulatory commission expected to be completed by the end of the week, Thomas Barnard, Solicitor at Thomas Eggar LLP gives an...

Laudrup Seeking Legal Advice 'Hardly Surprising'

Mon 10th Feb 2014 | Legal

The revelation that Michael Laudrup is seeking legal advice following his dismissal by Swansea City is 'hardly surprising' suggests a top sports lawyer. Ashley Wootton, Solicitor at Thomas Eggar LLP,...

FIFPro Launches Legal Challenge To Failing Transfer System

Tue 17th Dec 2013 | Legal

FIFPro, the World Players’ Union, has launched a legal challenge aimed squarely at the transfer system and the current economic make-up of professional football. It follows recommendations from...

Ex-Premier League Player Linked To Match Fixing

Mon 9th Dec 2013 | Legal

The National Crime Agency (NCA) has launched an investigation into match-fixing following evidence passed on by newspaper the Sun on Sunday. The news comes after two footballers with Conference South...

Crystal Palace Win Employment Legal Case

Wed 13th Nov 2013 | Legal

Sports lawyers at Walker Morris have won a major employment legal case in the Court of Appeal for Crystal Palace FC. The judgment reinforces the original decision of the Employment Tribunal and...

The Legal Minefield of Football Transfer Agreements

Fri 30th Aug 2013 | Legal

This summer’s football transfer window has brought up the issue of player power and how a club reacts to a player who clearly wants to leave. Three protracted potential transfers in particular...

Accrington Stanley MD Sanctioned After Admitting FA Betting Charges

Mon 19th Aug 2013 | Legal

The FA have confirmed that Accrington Stanley Managing Director, Robert Heys has been suspended from all football activity after admitting to breaches of the FA’s betting rules. Heys, who...

FIFA & UEFA Lose Free-to-air TV Appeal

Thu 18th Jul 2013 | Legal

The Court of Justice has today dismissed an appeal brought by FIFA and UEFA against the judgments of the General Court on television broadcasts of the World Cup and the Euro championship finals...

Premier League Wins Fight Against Illegal Live Football Streaming Site

Wed 17th Jul 2013 | Legal

The Premier League have secured a judgment in the High Court requiring the six main UK-based Internet Service Providers (ISPs) to block access to one of the biggest illegal live football-streaming...

Coventry City Supporters Trust Seek Legal Advice Over Former CEO

Mon 20th May 2013 | Legal

Coventry City supporters group, the Sky Blue Trust are seeking legal advice over the club’s former CEO, Tom Fisher’s influence at the club. The League One side were placed into...

Kings Sport Network Expands to Midlands

Fri 19th Apr 2013 | Legal

Sporting executives and advisors from across the region have flocked to a new business networking group launched by Birmingham-based barristers set Kings Chambers. The Kings Sport Network’s...

Champions League Match Played in England Was Fixed

Mon 4th Feb 2013 | Legal

A Champions League match played in England was corrupt an investigation by Europol has revealed. The match, which has not been identified due to "ongoing judicial proceedings" was one of two Champions...

Fresh Hillsborough Inquest Ordered

Wed 19th Dec 2012 | Legal

A fresh inquest into the deaths of 96 Liverpool fans has been ordered after the original inquest verdict was quashed by the High Court. Attorney General Dominic Grieve today made his request to the...

World Cup & Euros To Stay Free-To-Air

Wed 12th Dec 2012 | Legal

Advocate General Jääskinen has proposed that the European Court of Justice (ECJ) dismisses FIFA and UEFA’s appeals against the judgments of the General Court concerning the television...

Five-game racism ban proposed

Wed 12th Dec 2012 | Legal

Players found guilty of using racist language are set to incur a minimum five-match ban under new proposals to tackle discrimination in football. A fixed penalty for racially-aggravated offences was...

Portsmouth Court Hearing Date Set

Thu 22nd Nov 2012 | Legal

PKF, administrators of Portsmouth Football Club have confirmed today that a court date has been set to resolve the issue over the sale of the club’s ground, Fratton Park. A statement released by...

Tout Exclusion Zone Set Up Around Stamford Bridge

Fri 26th Oct 2012 | Legal

Ticket touts who harass fans on their way to Chelsea’s top of the table Premier League clash with Manchester United will be banned from the Stamford Bridge area. The UK’s first match day...

IPCC To Launch Hillsborough Inquiry

Fri 12th Oct 2012 | Legal

The Independent Police Complaints Commission (IPCC) will launch an inquiry in to the Hillsborough disaster following the Hillsborough Independent Panel's report published last month. Confirming an...

Roman Abramovich wins 3bn high court battle against Berezovsky

Fri 31st Aug 2012 | Legal

Roman Abramovich has won his multi-billion pound court battle against his former friend and business partner, Russian oligarch Boris Berezovsky. Mr Berezovsky, 66, was seeking more than £3bn...

Hearts rapped by ASA over cheap ticket adverts

Wed 8th Aug 2012 | Legal

A watchdog has ruled that Heart of Midlothian Football Club misled fans over adverts for cheap season tickets. In a radio advert earlier this year, the club claimed fans could buy the "lowest season...

Gillingham FC Found Guilty of Racial Victimisation

Mon 30th Jul 2012 | Legal

Gillingham Football Club have been found guilty of unfair dismissal and racial victimisation of former player Mark McCammon at an employment tribunal today. McCammon alleged that he and other black...

Watford Owner Takes Legal Action Over Sky Sports News Claims

Mon 18th Jun 2012 | Legal

Laurence Bassini, owner of Watford Football Club has begun legal proceedings against Sky Sports News. In an official statement released today, Bassini has confirmed that he has started legal...

ECJ rules Football Fixture Lists Cannot Be Protected by Copyright

Thu 1st Mar 2012 | Legal

A football fixture list cannot be protected by copyright when its compilation is dictated by rules or constraints which leave no room for creative freedom The Database Directive1 grants copyright...

Premier League ads warn pubs over using foreign set-top boxes

Thu 16th Feb 2012 | Legal

The Premier League is to launch an ad campaign warning pubs and clubs that it intends to crack down on unauthorised broadcasts of football matches using foreign satellite feeds. The campaign is being...

Premier League and satellite firms in new court ruling

Fri 3rd Feb 2012 | Legal

Football bosses have said they would tackle publicans using foreign satellite systems to broadcast Premier League action without permission. Premier League officials claimed victory in the latest...

John Terry charged over racist remark

Wed 21st Dec 2011 | Legal

John Terry, the England and Chelsea captain is to be charged over an alleged racist remark made to Anton Ferdinand. Terry will now appear before West London Magistrates Court on the 1st Feb 2012....

Wolves bring in media law firm for players who tweet

Tue 26th Jul 2011 | Legal

Mick McCarthy has reportedly brought in a media law firm to advise players on the use of social networking sites such as Twitter. The Wolverhampton Wanderers manager is concerned that one of his...

Birmingham City FC President faces police investigation

Wed 29th Jun 2011 | Legal

Birmingham City have released a statement today confirming that club President Carson Yeung is assisting police in Hong Kong. They have however denied that it is linked to the operation of the...

O'Neill & Villa settle dispute

Wed 25th May 2011 | Legal

The dispute between Martin O'Neill and the issues surrounding his departure from Aston Villa in August 2010 have been resolved in an FA Premier League Managers' Arbitration Tribunal. Commenting after...

Hearts & SPL launch full investigation into Lennon attack

Thu 12th May 2011 | Legal

Heart of Midlothian FC confirmed last night that a full investigation into the events which took place in the second half of their game against Celtic is underway. The full investigation is now...

QPR fined 875,000 for breach of FA rules

Mon 9th May 2011 | Legal

Queens Park Rangers (QPR) were found guilty of two charges of breaching Football Association (FA) rules by an Independent Regulatory Commission on Saturday (May 7) Rangers, who were be promoted to the...

Former Cardiff City chairman Peter Ridsdale in court on fraud charges

Fri 6th May 2011 | Legal

The former Leeds United and Cardiff City chairman Peter Ridsdale appeared in court on Thursday, after being charged with three counts of unfair trading and fraud relating to his time at Cardiff. The...

QPR hearing begins today

Tue 3rd May 2011 | Legal

The Football Association will begin a four day hearing today that will determine the fate of QPR's promotion to the Premier League. Rangers, whose victory of Watford on Saturday sealed their place in...

Parcel bomb intended for Celtic boss intercepted

Wed 20th Apr 2011 | Legal

Celtic manager, Neil Lennon was the target of one of three parcel bombs sent to high profile individuals with links to the Glasgow club. The package intended for Lennon was intercepted at the Royal...

Leyton Orient join Spurs in Olympic legal battle

Thu 14th Apr 2011 | Legal

Leyton Orient have applied to the High Court for a judicial review over West Ham United's planned move to the 2012 Olympic Stadium after the Games. In a move similar to Tottenham Hotspur earlier this...

Tottenham seek judicial review over Olympic Stadium decision

Wed 13th Apr 2011 | Legal

Tottenham Hotspur have confirmed they will take legal action over Newham Council’s decision making process which allowed West Ham take control of the Olympic Stadium after the London Games in...

Tottenham to take legal action over Olympic Stadium decision

Wed 30th Mar 2011 | Legal

Tottenham Hotspur Football Club will take Olympic chiefs to court over the decision to hand the 2012 stadium to West Ham after the Games. The Olympic Park Legacy Company (OPLC), which picked West Ham...

Gillingham FC take High Court action against BBC

Tue 15th Mar 2011 | Legal

Gillingham Football Club is said to have launched a legal battle with the BBC over a comment left on a blog post on the corporation’s sport website. The League Two club wants to sue an...

Liverpool's former owner given chance to sue RBS

Thu 17th Feb 2011 | Legal

Tom Hicks, Liverpool Football Club’s former co-owner has been granted permission to launch a legal claim against the Royal Bank of Scotland, but only if they do so within the EU. Hicks is now...

Wayne Rooney's former agent to appeal court decision

Mon 7th Feb 2011 | Legal

Wanyne Rooney’s former agent, Proactive has won permission to appeal over a £4.3m claim against the Manchester United striker reports the BBC. The firm failed in its bid to sue Rooney in...

Blackpool fined by the Premier League

Fri 28th Jan 2011 | Legal

Blackpool Football Club has been fined £25,000 by the Premier League for fielding an under strength team for their game v Aston Villa in November. In a statement released yesterday it was...

Verdict on Premier League v Karen Murphy to be delayed

Wed 12th Jan 2011 | Legal

The long awaited verdict on the Premier League’s battle against Karen Murphy and the broadcasting of the league’s games using foreign receivers looks likely to be delayed. It’s...

Stevenage begin investigation into player assault

Mon 10th Jan 2011 | Legal

Stevenage Football Club chairman Phil Wallace has vowed to come down hard on the fan who punched Stevenage defender Scott Laird after Saturday’s FA Cup third round win over Newcastle United....

Liverpool's academy players accused of racism

Mon 10th Jan 2011 | Legal

Liverpool Football club are embroiled in a racism row said to involve the club’s academy players. It’s alleged that Liverpool’s young academy players subjected Crystal Palace players...

Plymouth in High Court today

Wed 8th Dec 2010 | Legal

Plymouth Argyle Football Club are in the High Court from today fighting a winding-up petition in relation to an unpaid tax bill. The League One club, who were served with a winding up petition by HM...

First cohort of students start the new Coventry sports law programme in London

Wed 8th Dec 2010 | Legal

A new post-graduate programme in sports law has seen its first intake of students. With sport continuing to face a growing number of challenges, including growing commercialisation, a series of...

Fulham take Premier League chairman case to Court of Appeal

Fri 3rd Dec 2010 | Legal

Fulham Football Club’s fight to oust Sir David Richards as Premier League chairman was taken to the Court of Appeal on Wednesday after they challenged a High Court judgment for their dispute...

Birmingham City vow to take stringent action against trouble makers

Thu 2nd Dec 2010 | Legal

Birmingham City Football Club have said that no effort would be spared to identify the individuals who marred the Carling Cup quarter-final victory over Aston Villa. The Blues are extremely...

Former Liverpool FC owners launch legal challenge

Wed 1st Dec 2010 | Legal

Former Liverpool Football Club co-owners Tom Hicks and George Gillett are heading back to court in the latest twist in the ownership saga. The pair lost control of the club - and £140million -...

Hayatou considers legal action against Panorama

Tue 30th Nov 2010 | Legal

FIFA vice-president Issa Hayatou who was at the centre of bribery allegations has threatened legal action against BBC Panorama over their claim he accepted a £10,000 bribe. Hayatou insists the...

HMRC brings in Portsmouth FC's administrators to challenge football creditor rule

Tue 19th Oct 2010 | Legal

HMRC has called on administrators from UHY Hacker Young to give their opinion on the controversial preferential creditor rule in court next year. According to Accountancy Age , HMRC has "invited" the...

Liverpool FC's prospective owners 'will wait' as Texan court imposes injunction

Thu 14th Oct 2010 | Legal

The soap opera that has become of the Liverpool Football Club ownership battle took another dramatic twist last night after it emerged that Hicks and Gillett had acquired an injunction from a Texan...

Victorious Liverpool FC board to meet tonight to discuss sale of club

Wed 13th Oct 2010 | Legal

Liverpool Football Club could soon be in the hands of NESV after Lord Justice Floyd ruled in favour of RBS. The case which began at 11.25am yesterday, lasted nearly 6 hours and was settled this...

High court rules in favour of RBS

Wed 13th Oct 2010 | Legal

The High Court has ruled in favour of RBS, paving the way for the sale of the club to New England Sports Ventures (NESV). ‘judge rules mandatory injunction wanted by RBS against owners is...

Liverpool FC case rumbles on

Tue 12th Oct 2010 | Legal

It looks like a decision is unlikely until after lunch. Lord Justice Taylor is understood to like to ‘think about decisions’ over lunch. The case between RBS and Hicks and Gillett which...

Liverpool FC case begins

Tue 12th Oct 2010 | Legal

The future of Liverpool Football Club is in the hands of the High Court this morning as the legal battle between the club’s owners and board of directors hots up. The case brought forward by...

BREAKING - RBS issue statement on Liverpool ownership battle

Mon 11th Oct 2010 | Legal

RBS STATEMENT RBS in its capacity as lender to the Kop group of companies received the benefit of various contractual undertakings from Mr. Hicks and Mr. Gillett in relation to the corporate...

A new generation of hooligans on the rise warn police chiefs

Fri 8th Oct 2010 | Legal

A new generation of football hooligans are on the rise senior police chiefs are warning after incidents involving young people almost trebled as revealed by the BBC. Association of Chief Police...

Premier League set for European Court of Justice hearing

Wed 29th Sep 2010 | Legal

The European Court of Justice (ECJ) hearing in the Premier League’s case against QC Leisure, a supplier in the UK of foreign television smartcards, will take place in the court’s Grand...

Premier League to face taxman in court

Tue 28th Sep 2010 | Legal

The Premier League look set to do battle with HMRC in the courts at the beginning of 2010 over the ‘football creditor’ rule. A trial "window" for HMRC and the Football Association Premier...

FA consider outright ban on footballers gambling

Mon 20th Sep 2010 | Legal

In light of the recent betting allegations in cricket, the FA are considering whether to tighten the rules about players betting on matches. At present, current regulations mean a footballer can...

Boston Town footballer imprisoned for 11 months after admitting using a false identity

Tue 14th Sep 2010 | Legal

A Boston Town footballer was today imprisoned for 11 months after admitting using a false identity. Lorand Borbely, 29, of Church Green Road, Fishtoft, was sentenced at Lincoln Crown Court after...

ECA to address clubs worries over the international match calendar & player insurance policies

Tue 7th Sep 2010 | Legal

The European Club Association (ECA) has agreed a number of measures to help member clubs who lose players through injury whilst on international duty. Following several complaints from football clubs,...

FIFA under investigation over identity theft claims

Mon 6th Sep 2010 | Legal

A FIFA official is under investigation after it was alleged the passport details of thousands of football fans were sold on the black market The Information Commissioner's Office, which regulates the...

Clubs survive their day in court

Thu 12th Aug 2010 | Legal

It was a busy day at the Courts yesterday as a number of clubs were brought forward by HMRC to face winding-up petitions. Sheffield Wednesday Football Club and Cardiff City Football Club were both...

Portsmouth FC to learn fate on Thursday

Wed 4th Aug 2010 | Legal

Portsmouth Football Club are expected to find out on Thursday whether an appeal by HMRC which disputes the amount of money they are owed has been successful. HM Revenue & Customs claims it is owed...

Four players warned and fined for breach of betting regulations.

Mon 2nd Aug 2010 | Legal

At a recent Regulatory Commission hearing, four players received warnings and fines as a result of breaches of FA betting regulations. Tommy Miller of Sheffield Wednesday was warned as to his future...

Fulham FC launch legal action against Premier League chairman

Fri 30th Jul 2010 | Legal

It has been reported that Fulham Football Club are to take legal action against Premier League chairman Sir Dave Richards. According to BBC Sport Fulham are understood to be accusing Richards of being...

CAS rules player with dual nationality can play for the Republic of Ireland

Fri 30th Jul 2010 | Legal

The Court of Arbitration for Sport (CAS) has rendered its final decision in the appeal filed by the Irish Football Association (IFA) against the decision taken by the FIFA Players’ Status...

Portsmouth's court appearance to set a legal precedent

Fri 30th Jul 2010 | Legal

The topic of image rights will rear its ugly head when Portsmouth Football Club enters the High Court next Tuesday. The south coast will defend themselves against HMRC who have a claim against the...

SA locked in row over use of 'Bafana Bafana' nickname

Fri 23rd Jul 2010 | Legal

FIFA World Cup 2010 hosts, South Africa, are embroiled in a copyright row over their ‘Bafana Bafana’ nickname. The South African Football Association (SAFA), who made a reported $10m...

FA charge player over betting scam

Mon 19th Jul 2010 | Legal

Evo-Stik Premier League club, Marine has announced that it has received notification from the Football Association that it has charged their player Jonathan Goulding with contravention of the...

Premier League's case against YouTube thrown out of court

Fri 25th Jun 2010 | Legal

A US court has ruled in favour of Google's video-sharing website YouTube in a copyright infringement case to which the English Premier League had been added as a claimant. The case was originally...

Mutu ordered to pay chelsea FC 17m euros in damages

Tue 15th Jun 2010 | Legal

Adrian Mutu was yesterday ordered to pay former club Chelsea €17 million in damages by the Swiss Federal Supreme Court. In July, the Swiss-based Court of Arbitration for Sport upheld a FIFA...

Hull City AFC part company with Phil Brown

Tue 8th Jun 2010 | Legal

Hull City AFC have officially parted company with manager Phil Brown who has been on gardening leave since March. The League Managers Association (LMA)have released a statement today confirming that...

HMRC issue writ to Premier League

Thu 3rd Jun 2010 | Legal

The taxman is taking the Premier League to court in what is another attack by HM Revenue & Customs against the controversial football creditors rule. Accountancy Age has reported that HMRC filed a...

Redknapp faces legal threat from Manchester City

Wed 5th May 2010 | Legal

Manchester City Football Club have reportedly consulted their legal team over Harry Redknapp's claim that they stopped Tottenham from trying to sign Craig Bellamy in January 2009. Redknapp said...

Football fixtures copyrighted, UK court decides

Mon 26th Apr 2010 | Legal

A UK High Court has ruled that football fixture lists are protected by copyright law, meanign betting companies and newspapers will have to pay to publish them. The Associated Press reports that the...

Football officials win age discrimination claim

Fri 16th Apr 2010 | Legal

Four assistant referees have been found to have been unlawfully discriminated against when they were retired from officiating at top-level football games at the age of 48. The Sheffield Employment...

Birmingham bosses play down speculation of legal challenge

Thu 15th Apr 2010 | Legal

Investment bank Seymour Pierce claim they will take control of Birmingham City unless £2.2million fees are paid to them before May 27. However, following today’s media coverage regarding...

Chelsea boss summoned to give evidence in Italian court

Wed 14th Apr 2010 | Legal

It’s been widely reported that Italian prosecutors have called Chelsea manager, Carlo Ancelotti, to give evidence in the match-fixing trial against former Juventus managing director Luciano...

Sullivan and Gold face High Court compensation claim

Thu 8th Apr 2010 | Legal

Carson Yeung is reported to be ready to take former Birmingham City FC owners David Sullivan and David Gold, to the High Court. Yeung is seeking £5million in compensation from the pair after it...

Portsmouth's nine point deduction confirmed

Wed 17th Mar 2010 | Legal

The Premier League has issued a statement regarding Portsmouth Football Club. The statement reads: "Following the High Court's decision that Portsmouth FC's administration is valid the Premier League...

Football clubs may seek compensation for the training of young players

Tue 16th Mar 2010 | Legal

Football clubs may seek compensation for the training of young players whom they have trained where those players wish to sign their first professional contract with a club in another Member State The...

Chester City face expulsion from the Conference

Fri 19th Feb 2010 | Legal

The Board of the Football Conference yesterday met with representatives of Chester City (2004) FC, when the club pleaded guilty to all five counts with which they were charged. These included those in...

Wolves fined by the Premier League

Thu 18th Feb 2010 | Legal

Wolves have been handed a £25,000 suspended fine for fielding a below-strength side in the clash with Manchester United at Old Trafford in December. Manager Mick McCarthy made 10 changes from...

Curbishley and West Ham case settled

Wed 17th Feb 2010 | Legal

The League Managers Association (LMA) can confirm that Alan Curbishley and West Ham United have finalised all issues in relation to his departure from the club in September 2009. The Managers’...

Rooney in court over 4.3m lawsuit

Fri 12th Feb 2010 | Legal

Wayne Rooney will give evidence in court later today as he fights a £4.3million lawsuit. The Manchester United and England striker will be questioned over his involvement with controversial...

Clubs charged by FA

Thu 11th Feb 2010 | Legal

West Bromwich Albion and Plymouth have both been charged by the Football Association for failing to control their players in Saturday's 1-0 win at Home Park. Jerome Thomas also faces a fresh FA charge...

Companies Court Winding-up list

Wed 10th Feb 2010 | Legal

Today is a day of reckoning for Portsmouth FC as they appear in court later this morning to face a winding up petition by HMRC over unpaid tax. However, the south coast club are not the only one in...

Chelsea transfer ban lifted by Courts

Fri 5th Feb 2010 | Legal

The Court of Arbitration for Sport (CAS) has issued an award today ratifying the agreement reached by Chelsea FC, Racing Club de Lens and the French football player Gaël Kakuta, putting an end to...

Chester City to face League officials over unpaid tax bill

Tue 2nd Feb 2010 | Legal

Chester City officials have been asked to reconvene their shelved meeting with the Football Conference to outline the exact state of their finances according to a BBC report. The up-for-sale Blue...

STATEMENT ISSUED BY THE LEAGUE MANAGERS ASSOCIATION

Tue 2nd Feb 2010 | Legal

The League Managers Association (LMA) can confirm that Mark Cooper and Peterborough United have parted company after Cooper received formal notice of termination of his employment from the football...

MLS and Players Union Agree to Continue to Negotiate Through Feb. 12

Sun 31st Jan 2010 | Legal

Major League Soccer (MLS) and the Major League Soccer Players Union (Players Union) today announced that the two organizations have agreed to continue to negotiate through February 12, as they work...

Hull City take legal action against former Chairman

Fri 22nd Jan 2010 | Legal

Hull City AFC are taking legal action against their former chairman Paul Duffen, with the case due in the high court today. Duffen left the KC Stadium in late October when he was replaced by Adam...