FA investigation into allegations about Fulham will not delay Wembley vote

• Former club employee rails against would-be Wembley owner
• FA to vote on sale to Shahid Khan on 24 October regardless

Allegations of malpractice made against Fulham by their former assistant director of football, Craig Kline, were raised as a potential barrier to the Football Association selling Wembley to the club’s owner, Shahid Khan, at an FA council meeting on Thursday.

In the meeting to consider whether to sell the stadium to Khan for £600m, which was described by the FA as “a healthy discussion”, the chairman, Greg Clarke, was asked if Kline’s allegations could block the deal.

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