The shocking claims were first made against the former Crystal Palace boss in 2014 by one of his former players, Jason Puncheon, and have today been put to FA chairman Greg Clarke at a parliamentary culture, media and sport committee meeting.
The 67-year-old football manager faces claims that he doctored players’ contracts so they received more money, which gave them the funds to pay him sums of cash in return for playing time.
However, Mr Warnock completely refutes the allegations, saying there is no truth in them whatsoever.
He said: “These allegations are completely and utterly false.
“The FA Commission considered all of the evidence in detail in 2014 and it found that the allegations which were published about me were unfounded. Any suggestion that the FA failed to investigate this matter is simply untrue.
“In fact, Mr Puncheon apologised to me and removed the allegations from his Twitter account. The FA fined him £15,000 and he was warned as to his future conduct.
“I am disappointed that these allegations have been repeated after Mr Puncheon’s apology and after the FA investigated fully. If anyone had asked me the truth before publication, I would have pointed them to the FA website, where the facts are all easily accessible.”
Damian Collins MP, acting chief of the culture, media and sport committee, put the allegations to FA chief Greg Clarke, who failed to provide an answer.
The MP read out tweets from Puncheon’s account, which have since been deleted.
According to Mr Collins, the player”s tweet read: “What I won”t accept is an opinion from a man who”s crooked and ruining the game – Neil Warnock, the man who signs players, gives them extra wages n app bonus to make sure they pay him to get in the team or on the bench.
“The fact he could even talk about training is shocking, he was never there.”
Wide midfielder Puncheon, 30, played under Warnock twice during his career, once at Crystal Palace and then again during a loan spell at Queens Park Rangers.
The player was fined £15,000 by the FA for failing to act in the best interests of the game at the time, but now Mr Collins is asking why a full and frank investigation was never launched in response to Puncheon’s claims.
FA grandee Mr Clarke said he had not been in his position at the time and was unaware of what had happened.
Mr Collins replied: “I think it would be pretty poor if someone has gone public and they don”t have any contact from the FA asking why have they made this allegation.”
Robert Sullivan, the FA”s director of strategy, was also giving evidence at the committee meeting and claimed there was a lack of hard evidence to prove Puncheon’s allegations.
He said: “Where the line is difficult to draw is bringing forward real evidence which can be used to take an investigation forward.
“There is evidence on social media and there is hard evidence.”
When questioned about the claims at the time, Warnock insisted he and Puncheon had “put their spat to bed”.
Warnock has managed 17 different clubs at Premier League and below across 36 years in management.
The committee was called following The Telegraph”s undercover investigation into corruption in football last month which led to Sam Allardyce losing his job as England manager.
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