English Football Association is investigating Sam Allardyce for his comment in a video which was secretly filmed by undercover Telegraph reporters posing as agents from Far East.
Question: Isn't recording without his permission or his knowledge a crime?
Over the course of two meetings which were secretly filmed, Allardyce told the fake businessmen that it was "not a problem" to bypass the rules on transfers introduced by the FA in 2008.
Allardyce said he knew of certain agents who were "doing it all the time" and added: "You can still get around it. I mean obviously the big money's here."
Allardyce, who as at the time of filming had not even taken charge of his first England game, negotiated a deal with these men who maintained they represent a far east company that was hoping to profit from the Premier League's billion-pound transfer market.
Allardyce will have to explain to the FA whether he was giving an honest account of what happened in the sport or if he was advising the fake businessmen to follow those illegal practices.
In the video, Allardyce aslo hit out at former England manager Roy Hodgson calling him "woy" while also blasting the FA's decision to rebuild Wembley as "stupid."
He also described Gary Neville, Hodgson's assistant during his reign as the manager of the Three Lions as "the worst influence."
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