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The League Managers Association is "extremely concerned" by newspaper allegations that Premier League managers have received "bungs" for player transfers, it said Wednesday.The Daily Telegraph reported that eight current and former managers had received money for transfers after the paper filmed football agents boasting about how many managers they had paid off.The allegations have once again shone a spotlight on the role of football agents and the regulatory framework that governs them.The LMA said it had no objection to the FA sacking England manager Sam Allardyce after the Telegraph reported that he offered advice to a bogus group of Far East businessmen on how to get around rules on player transfers.
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