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British Government Wants Investigation Amid Telegraph Football Corruption Claims

Sports Minister Tracey Crouch has responded to the Telegraph's investigation into corruption in football, demanding a full inquiry and offering the assistance of the British government. Ben Rumsby of the Daily Telegraph shared the response to the newspaper's investigation: As reported by the Telegraph, undercover reporters posed as a Far East investment firm and approached several agents, who openly boasted of paying several managers "bungs.
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