Football manager Neil Warnock is called 'corrupt' in Parliament and accused of taking money from players to get in the team 

Cardiff City manager Neil Warnock was branded 'crooked' and accused of making players pay him part of their wages to get into the team, a committee of MPs heard.
MP Damian Collins used parliamentary privilege to put the allegations made by Crystal Palace winger Jason Puncheon to the FA chairman Greg Clarke.
He claimed Warnock gave players 'extra wages and an appearance bonus to make sure they paid him to get in the team or on the bench'.
Mr Clarke was appearing before a Department for Media, Culture and Sport hearing into corruption in football.
He was asked about the claims Puncheon made... read more

17 October 2016 in Sport, Views: 36
Source: Daily Mail

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