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Premier League: English football bribery scandal

After the resignation of England National Coach Sam Allardyce because of bribes, there are new revelations.

Eric Black, assistant coach of Premier League clubs FC Southampton, was filmed as he gives tips to include lower-football player under contract through bribery.

Also the former Netherlands striker Jimmy Floyd Hasselbaink is probably involved in bribes.

Eric black

In the bribery scandal in English soccer with Eric Black from FC Southampton, now an assistant coach in the Premier League is suspected.

The vertebrae in English football to prohibited kickbacks continues. After the fall of England’s coach Sam Allardayce and suspicions against more officials device for the first time in the spotlight a person in charge of the Premier League: Assistant Coach Eric Black from Southampton FC.

Black was filmed by the British newspaper Daily Telegraph with hidden camera, how he gave tips of alleged player mediator, to accommodate lower-football player under contract through bribery. The club said in a statement that he already all black records was asked by the newspaper, but this had been rejected. Southampton also stressed at the enlightenment with the English Association and the League to work closely together.

Previously, there had been more revelations when clubs from the Football League Championship, the second tier of the game in England. Queens Park Rangers have initiated investigations against coach and ex-player Jimmy Floyd Hasselbaink. The videos of the meetings show with the undercover reporters that the former Dutch international drove up the original offer for his fees of equivalent EUR 40 000 to EUR 65 000 and ultimately agreed in the cooperation. Formally, the funds as payment for lectures in Singapore should flow.

5800 EUR in cash lure Barnsleys assistant coach

The FC Barnsley has his assistant coach Tommy Wright is suspended until further notice, after it pocketed bribe 5800 euro at a meeting with journalists. Leeds United Club owner Massimo Cellino must defend itself from accusations of aid to circumvent provisions of transfer to the military. All three officials brushed off the accusations of the Daily Telegraph.

The England Coach Sam Allardyce resigned on Tuesday had been filmed in August during a conversation with reporters that had given out as investors. The coach told in the conversation, that it was possible to circumvent the rules and regulations of the English Federation FA with regard to the third-party owner contracts. FIFA and the FA have banned this practice. Also, Allardyce have signed a consulting agreement with alleged investors would bring 461 000 euro.