McKay slams transfer inquiry

21 December 2006 08:58
Willie McKay has admitted that he is one of the eight agents who failed to co-operate with Lord Stevens' investigation into alleged illegal payments. Lord Stevens announced on Wednesday that his inquiry had found that 17 transfers - out of 362 - required further investigation because of the failure of the eight football agents to co-operate. McKay, who is Joey Barton's agent among others, told the Daily Mirror: "I didn't answer the questions on the questionnaire because, as far as I'm concerned, the Football Association already had the information. "I filled out all of the appropriate forms on all the deals at the time and there has never been any query about this. I have nothing to hide. "I was very unhappy that my name was constantly appearing in newspaper articles that seem to have leaked from the Quest team. It's no way to carry out a so-called investigation."

Source: ESA