Former Sunderland assistant named in Telegraph football corruption investigation
A former Sunderland assistant manager has been implicated in an investigation into corruption in English football.
Eric Black, who is now assistant manager at Southampton, is the latest figure to be named in the Telegraph’s corruption investigation.
The newspaper’s latest claims allege Black offered advice on how to bribe officials at other clubs.
Black was filmed apparently saying staff at other clubs could possibly be persuaded to give information about a player to a management company for money.
He has denied the allegations.
The FA said it had yet to receive “full and unfettered... read more
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