QPR "unable to proceed" with Hasselbaink probe without sight of evidence



QPR say they are "unable to proceed" with an internal investigation into the conduct of manager Jimmy Floyd Hasselbaink until the Daily Telegraph fully discloses its evidence.
The newspaper's investigations team this week began publishing information obtained during a 10-month probe which it claims "separately unearthed widespread evidence of bribery and corruption in British football".
Secretly-filmed footage of Sam Allardyce appearing to make a variety of controversial comments cost him the England job after just 67 days, while QPR boss Hasselbaink is among other... read more

 
30 September 2016 in Sport, Views: 29
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