Also Hasselbaink took bribes’
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Jimmy Floyd Hasselbaink is one of the coaches who are guilty seems to have been taking bribes. The coach of Queens Park Rangers is filmed while he negotiates for a sum of money to take.
The images are Wednesday night released by the Daily Telegraph. The British newspaper, earlier surfaced that head coach Sam Allardyce was prepared to pay bribes to for advice.
In the case of Hasselbaink, a former international of the Dutch national team, the amount of about 55.000 pounds. To see how the former striker that amount willing to accept as ambassador to act for a company that the players represents.
That company had then players at Queens Park Rangers want to host. Hasselbaink would in that case money the club spend on a company that pays.
Earlier on Wednesday showed the English football association FA know seriously to look into allegations about trainers that are sensitive to bribery. This is reported by the bond in a short statement.
The FA reacts on allegations in the Daily Telegraph. According to the British newspaper, at least eight current and former coaches of clubs from the Premier League kickbacks received in transfers of players.
“Any allegations will be investigated and if there is evidence of crime, we will the designated authorities shall inform and ask for help.”
Allardyce was Monday by the newspaper, embarrassed by undercoverjournalisten. His statements have made him now after one international game to his job cost.
The unsuspecting ‘Big Sam’ told the journalists, posing as Asian entrepreneurs, how they the international transfer rules could work around and insisted to 400,000 pounds (about 462.000 euros) for his advice and tips.
The newspaper announced yet more revelations.