As long as greed governs global sport, corruption will be endemic | Simon Jenkins
Everyone in football knew what Sam Allardyce was talking about. His biggest crime was to embarrass the FA
Where there’s brass there’s muck, and where there’s muck there is usually a rake. The Daily Telegraph’s exposure of England’s football boss, Sam Allardyce, was just about fair within journalism’s code of conduct. There was prima facie suspicion of wrongdoing and no other way of securing evidence.