One week from today, the BBC will broadcast a documentary from their TV show called Panorama which will allegedly open wide the topic and controversy of bungs (i.e. illegal payments) in the Premiership transfer business.
Interestingly, the BBC decided to create a fictitious agency that had U.S. funding. Thanks BBC. But for more insight into the upcoming piece, read this interesting article about Luton manager Mike Newell and the latest developments.
The article states that the fictitious agency had a meeting with Portsmouth manager Harry Redknapp, who says in The Sun that he has nothing to fear and that he’ll go after the BBC if they don’t have their facts correct. Funnily enough, Redknapp lives on Panorama Road (no relation to the TV show), a so-called millionaire’s row.