Crystal Palace’s Jason Puncheon Accuses Neil Warnock Of Taking Bungs

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Crystal Palace winger Jason Puncheon has accused Neil Warnock of taking bungs.

Warnock is currently a pundit for talkSPORT Radio and writes a column for The Independent newspaper. He was previously manager at Queens Park Rangers when Puncheon was at the club on loan. Warnock has also managed at a string of other clubs including Sheffield United, Leeds United, Crystal Palace and others.

The controversy erupted on Saturday when Puncheon sent his penalty way wide in the match against Tottenham Hotspur. On talkSPORT, Matt Le Tissier and Neil Warnock criticized Puncheon for the woeful miss.

Puncheon, however, responded on Twitter and made these accusations about Warnock:

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Puncheon later deleted the tweets. Warnock was made aware of the accusations, but he may take legal action against the footballer.

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One Response to Crystal Palace’s Jason Puncheon Accuses Neil Warnock Of Taking Bungs

  1. me says:

    i dont think he will get lawyers involved as an ex player of his from his sheff utd days made the same claim 5 years ago

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