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Undercover sting leads to multiple English soccer coaches being fired

A British newspaper investigation led to a second soccer coach getting fired in England on Thursday.  Two days after Sam Allardyce lost his job as England manager following an undercover operation by the Daily Telegraph, second-tier club Barnsley fired assistant coach Tommy Wright.  Wright was...
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