Luton Town CEO talks financial risk and not joining the mayhem of the Championship big spenders

14 August 2019

Photo: Getty Images Luton had a great start of the Championship season with a 3-3 draw against Middlesbrough. Hatters CEO Gary Sweet says they won't take any financial risks to enter the "utter madness" of majority of Championship clubs losing tens of millions.

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After 12 years out of English football’s second tier, Town CEO Gary Sweet tells the club’s "astute" transfer business will serve the club well in the Championship.

The Hatters notched a hat-trick of loan signings on a hectic transfer deadline day last week, adding Manchester City’s Luke Bolton, James Bree from Aston Villa and Chelsea’s Izzy Brown to their squad.

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