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FA chairman faces grilling by MPs after Allardyce scandal

London (AFP) – Football Association chairman Greg Clarke will be quizzed by members of parliament on October 17 after last week’s newspaper allegations of corruption in the English game. A Daily Telegraph investigation into the dealings of managers in the transfer market has already led to Sam Allardyce losing his job as England boss after he made a series of embarrassing comments about loopholes in the banned practice of third-party ownership of players.
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