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Football Agents Reveal Depth of English Game’s Corruption Crisis

English football’s corruption crisis deepened on Wednesday as a leading national newspaper claimed eight current or former Premier League managers had been involved in taking money for player transfers. The Daily Telegraph filmed Pino Pagliara, an unlicensed Italian football agent banned from the game for five years in 2005 for match-fixing, boasting about his relationships with several high-profile, unnamed managers.
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