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Home > Section 2 Around the Net > Wednesday, Sept. 20, 2006
With a great deal of hype, a new episode of Panorama, a BBC investigative series, aired in Britain last night with the intent of exposing the seedy world of "bung culture" in British soccer, which is slang for bribery. Several big name managers were implicated in the report, including Bolton ... Read the whole story
Sam Allardyce today shot back at the BBC investigation that quoted three agents as saying the Bolton boss had accepted illegal bribes over the transfer of players to his club. "As a result of their greed, my good name has been tarnished by deceit and innuendo." Allardyce insisted that neither ... Read the whole story
Tonight (9 pm ET), ESPN2 will air the documentary "Once in a Lifetime: The Extraordinary Story of the New York Cosmos," which chronicles the spectacular rise and fall of U.S. soccer's most famous team. For Major League Soccer, there's an interesting lesson in the film, writes Mark Ziegler of the ... Read the whole story
Will big European clubs like Chelsea, AC Milan and Real Madrid soon be faced with a spending cap? UEFA, Europe's governing soccer body, is meeting this week to discuss imposing a new licensing system that would limit how much a club could spend on players and salaries. Sports ministers across ... Read the whole story


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