Jimmy Floyd Hasselbaink, the former Chelsea striker, is the most notable name in a new report that alleges Championship managers have been taking money to facilitate transfers.
Hasselbaink, ex of Burton Albion and now Queens Park Rangers manager, was filmed by the Daily Telegraph seemingly asking for £55,000 ($71,585) to take on an ambassadorial role for a Far Eastern company that would then sell him players.
Championship club Queens Park Rangers are set to appoint Burton manager Jimmy Floyd Hasselbaink as their new boss.
Jimmy Floyd Hasselbaink was a guest on Talksport on Monday, and the former Chelsea striker discussed his former club’s success in winning the Premier League this season. Hasselbaink is now the manager of League Two side Burton Albio...