Date: 14th April 2008 at 4:44pm
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Birmingham manager Alex McLeish says he and his players will remain fully focused on Premiership survival amid claims of corruption in the club’s board.

Blues co-owner David Sullivan and managing director Karren Brady were arrested and later bailed by the City of London Police on Wednesday.

It is believed to be related to tax and national insurance payments.

But the former Scotland manager dismissed fears that the off-field activity may affect the performances of the team.

He told BBC Sport: ‘Obviously it was a little bit of a surprise, but it’s not something that I’m going to concern myself with.

‘I’m sure everything will be all right for Karren and David, but I’ve got to concentrate on football matters, and totally not get involved or embroiled in any of these other administrative matters at all.’

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