Middlesbrough boss loses battle for financial transparency

24 April 2019

City Ground
Photo: Getty Images Championship bosses met at the City Ground in Nottingham on Wednesday.

Steve Gibson called for clubs to be allowed to check each other’s books.

Fiery Championship meeting lasts five hours at City Ground.

Steve Gibson, the Middlesbrough chairman, appears to have lost his fight for more financial transparency in the Championship.

Gibson has been deeply angered by what he has seen as ways to manipulate Financial Fair Play in the second tier of English football.

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