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Sam scandal bad for the game (From Bradford Telegraph and Argus)

FA demands full disclosure of material from the Daily Telegraph (From Herald Scotland)

FA demands full disclosure of material from the Daily Telegraph (From Herald Scotland)

THE Football Association has requested “full and unfettered disclosure of all available material from the Daily Telegraph” in the wake of numerous corruption allegations made by the newspaper.On a day which saw Barnsley assistant head coach Tommy Wright lose his job as a result of the latest wave of allegations, the FA said it had yet to receive the requested material and wanted to investigate matters fully as soon as possible.”The FA treats allegations of this nature seriously and is committed to investigating thoroughly, in conjunction with any other appropriate body” the statement read, before adding the information is “yet to be provided”.

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Ex-Bradford City winger Wright sacked by Barnsley over corruption claims (From Bradford Telegraph and Argus)

Ex-Bradford City winger Wright sacked by Barnsley over corruption claims (From Bradford Telegraph and Argus)

FORMER Bantam Tommy Wright has been sacked by Barnsley after The Daily Telegraph reported he took a £5,000 payment from undercover reporters posing as football agents.Wright, assistant manager to Paul Heckingbottom at Oakwell, was last night named in a report by the national newspaper.Leeds owner Massimo Cellino was also mentioned but the club have denied any wrong-doing.

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Sam scandal bad for the game (From Bradford Telegraph and Argus)

Sam scandal bad for the game (From Bradford Telegraph and Argus)

STUART McCall does not feel corruption is rife within football – and stressed he had never been offered a “bung”.The game’s name has been dragged through the mud with national newspaper allegations that led to Sam Allardyce’s exit as England manager after just one game.Former City winger Tommy Wright was also fired as Barnsley assistant manager yesterday after allegations he had accepted £5,000 from undercover reporters to help place players at the Championship club.

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