Eight current and former Premier League managers have allegedly carried out illegal activities like Allardyce.
Allardyce was secretly filmed by investigative journalists claiming he could aid the circumvention of regulations governing the transfer of players under third-party ownership.
The former Sunderland, West Ham and Bolton manager has now been fired as England boss just after r 67 days and only one game in charge on the job.
England Under-21 boss Gareth Southgate was confirmed as Allardyce's successor for the final four games of 2016.
Daily Telegraph who carried out the investigation that exposed Allardyce, have revealed that eight current and former Premier League managers have received these payments for player transfers.
In a new video, several agents were secretly interviewed where they admitted that they worked with some Premier League managers.
An unlicensed Italian agent Pino Pagliari claims that a former Premier League boss had 'more backhanders than Wimbledon'.
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Pagliari, who was banned from football for five years for match-fixing in 2005, and two other agents revealed that they have had dealings with eight current or recent Premier League managers who they said were known for taking 'bungs'.
The agents who were unaware that they were being recorded also revealed that they bribed two Championship managers.