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England Manager Sam Allardyce Reportedly Caught Telling Businessmen How To Cheat FA Rules

Last year, FIFA outlawed the practice of third-party ownership of players, which is essentially a way for businesses to hold a stake in a soccer player and collect a cut of their transfer fees. It comes with a minefield of conflicts of interests and can help explain why certain elite players get squirreled away o soccer’s fringes for small fortunes. Read more...
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