FA look seriously into allegations of corrupt trainers
The English football association FA look seriously into allegations about trainers that are sensitive to bribery. This is reported by the FA on Wednesday in a short statement.
The bond responds 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.”
The first was coach Sam Allardyce on 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.