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QPR halt Hasselbaink transfer probe awaiting evidence

London (AFP) – QPR chiefs insist they won’t proceed with an internal investigation into the conduct of manager Jimmy Floyd Hasselbaink until the full evidence into transfer corruption is revealed. The Daily Telegraph have been publishing information obtained during a 10-month probe which the newspaper claims lifts the lid on bribery and corruption in British football. Secretly-filmed footage of Sam Allardyce making a variety of controversial comments cost him the England job this week, while QPR boss Hasselbaink is among other figures to have been filmed by undercover reporters as part of the investigation.
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