Mark Hughes says names must come out in football corruption probe
Stoke manager Mark Hughes insists the individuals at the centre of the Daily Telegraph's ongoing corruption scandal must be named in order to avoid all football bosses being "guilty by association".
The newspaper has published several allegations over the last week, including claims that 10 unnamed managers have taken so-called 'bungs' in transfer deals.
Sam Allardyce saw his contract as England boss terminated by mutual consent on Tuesday after he was secretly filmed making a series of controversial comments.
Former Barnsley assistant Tommy Wright was then sacked by the Tykes on... read more
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