Hasselbaink in talks with clubleiding QPR after allegations
Trainer Jimmy Floyd Hasselbaink of Queens Park Rangers has Thursday morning a conversation had with the clubleiding. The coach is accused of taking a bribe.
The British newspaper Daily Telegraph, made Wednesday night announced that the former striker of the Dutch national team for money, and would like to accept to become an ambassador of a company that players guide.
He would then make money on transfers. Hasselbaink denied that right. “I have been asked to determine the amount of a speech to give,” he said.
“I see nothing wrong with that. I also have no tegenbeloften made. I have QPR also not be prompted to players to pick up, that supposedly at them under contract.”
The clubleiding of QPR spoke directly to the confidence in the coach, but decided Thursday however, with Hasselbaink in conversation.
Also Hasselbaink took bribes’
The conversation with director Lee Hoos and voetbaldirecteur Les Ferdinand is part of the in-depth research that the London club on Wednesday announced.
After the meeting between Hasselbaink and the clubleiding are also the players catching up, it says in a statement. Hasselbaink and his staff are preparing just for the next match against Fulham in the Championship, reports QPR.
Before, it was the English coach Sam Allardyce embarrassed by undercoverjournalisten. His statements have made him now after one international game to his job cost.
Meanwhile, a second person is his job, lose the kickbacks affair. Tommy Wright, the assistant coach of Barnsley, the club dismissed. On images was to see that he £ 5000 and trading of undercoverjournalisten. In return, he promised players of the fictional investment company to his club to pick up.