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Bribery Endemic in English Football: Corruption Strikes At The Sport's Most Valuable League

Recent Daily Telegraph reports has found that English football is manipulated by a deeply embedded network of corruption. Sam Allardyce, manager of the England football team, resigned yesterday after undercover reporters filmed his arranging of an illicit transfer that would have netted him £400,000 ($520,000) for broking a deal with a fictitious Asian company.
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