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Multiple Championship Managers, Owner Caught on Film Allegedly Accepting Bribes

The Telegraph reported fresh bribery allegations on Wednesday following their investigation into corruption in English football, with Queens Park Rangers manager Jimmy Floyd Hasselbaink, Barnsley assistant boss Tommy Wright and Leeds United owner Massimo Cellino all implicated. According to the paper —whose sting saw former national team manager Sam Allardyce part ways with England on Tuesday —Wright was " filmed accepting a £5,000 cash 'bung' after agreeing to help a fake Far Eastern firm which wanted to profit from transfers" after meeting with undercover reporters in August.
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