Post Profile






8 Premier League Managers Implicated in the Telegraph's Corruption Investigation

Eight current and former Premier League managers have allegedly taken bribes over player transfers, according to a report in the Daily Telegraph. Based on revelations made by several agents to undercover reporters posing as representatives of a Far East firm that wanted to invest in players, two Championship managers were also alleged to be open to "bungs." Implications were also made to the undercover reporters that various managers have asked for prostitutes to be paid for.
read more

share

Related Posts


Gareth Bale Would Transform Manchester United in to Premier League Title Winners

Sports / Football : Bleacher Report - World Football

Gareth Bale was the one that got away for Manchester United in the summer of 2013. As Jason Burt in The Daily Telegraph reports, the Welshman was the player the former United manager David Moyes coveted the most in the transfer mark...

Sam Allardyce: Candidates To Replace Under Fire England Manager

Technology : News Week: Technology and Science

Sam Allardyce’s future as England manager hangs in the balance after he was caught in a newspaper sting explaining how to circumvent FA rules on transfers. The Daily Telegraph reporters posed as businessmen and met Allardyce as part...

Premier League managers accused of taking kick-backs

Sports / Football : EPL Talk

London (AFP) – Eight current or former Premier League football managers were on Tuesday accused of taking kick-backs for player transfers, as part of a broader newspaper sting which led to England manager Sam Allardyce being axed. T...

Sam Allardyce Out As England Soccer Manager After Undercover Investigation Reveals Corruption

Sports : The Inquisitr - Sport

Sam Allardyce is no longer the manager of the English National Soccer Team following an undercover investigation by The Daily Telegraph, a London-based newspaper. Undercover journalists from The Daily Telegraph posed as businessmen ...

Eight current or ex-Premier League bosses 'open to bribes'

Sports / Football : BBC - Football

Eight current or former Premier League managers have taken bribes for player transfers, claims the Daily Telegraph.

Comments


Copyright © 2016 Regator, LLC