Football abuse inquiry to study millions of documents

Police have identified more than 250 potential suspects

The independent investigation into historical child sex abuse in football may have to sift through five million documents, BBC Sport has learned.

The inquiry, led by barrister Clive Sheldon QC, was started by the Football Association in December, after a series of allegations from former players.

The full scale of the review into the scandal can now be revealed.

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