Newspaper The Telegraph continues to acquaint readers with the results of large-scale journalistic investigations on corruption in British football. Head coach Sam Allardyce already flied, on the order of eight coaches in the Premier League.

According to the newspaper, eight former and current mentors received dividend transfer transactions. At business meetings they were interested in receiving transactions “Cup of coffee”, hinting at a rollback. Some openly asked them to transfer the money to accounts in offshore.

The journalists met with the agents working with clubs in England, and recorded these conversations. It is the agents named names of corrupt managers of APL, including those who are paid personally. According to one of the agents in England, all done under the table”, and corruption is rampant.

The Telegraph intends to transfer transcripts of the conversations to the police and the Football Association of England (FA).

The Telegraph was accused of corruption are still eight Premier League coaches 29.09.2016

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