'Just try to make me happy': Undercover sting catches QPR manager Jimmy Floyd Hasselbaink negotiating a £55,000 fee to act as ambassador for sports company 

Queens Park Rangers manager Jimmy Floyd Hasselbaink fought for a fee of £55,000 in return for work for a fake Far Eastern firm, it was revealed today.
The former Chelsea and Holland star, 41, agreed to fly to Singapore for a bogus company who also asked him to consider signing their players.
Mr Hasselbaink is the latest famous name to get caught up in a sting revealing alleged corruption in English football, which has already cost Sam Allardyce his job as England manager. 
When asked if he would do the work for £35,000 the QPR boss told an undercover journalist from the Telegraph: 'Look,... read more

29 September 2016 in Sport, Views: 39
Source: Daily Mail

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