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bung

(bŭng) [ME. bunge, stopper]
A stopper or diaphragm that covers a vial and prevents fluids from escaping.
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Baggies boss Robson last night insisted that he had never taken a bung and wants harsh penalties dished out should it be proved that managers in the game are still accepting them.
They've identified a pounds 50,000 payment as a bung, they know it went to someone at Forest and the name of that person is.
Oct 1: Wigan chairman Dave Whelan called for managers to be banned for life and clubs relegated if caught taking bungs.
Newell - who claimed recently that bungs were still widespread in football - met FA officials on Wednesday to "name names" following his remarks, with the FA announcing they would "reflect" before deciding whether to take the matter further.
Since BBC Panorama aired their claims about illegal payments in football on Tuesday night, most figures in the game have lined up to insist they have never been offered or taken bungs.
Redknapp is at the centre of the bung accusations which will be aired on Tuesday night's Panorama.
The company then approached IP Wales to get help with protecting the patents for the door barrier and toilet bung and overflow seal internationally so that its products could be marketed overseas with no risk of them being copied.
MIKE NEWELL believes the Stevens Inquiry into bungs in football is not delving deep enough in its attempt to weed out corruption in the game.
Mr Harrison, who was also filmed apparently admitting he had paid bungs to managers, said on camera that he met Newcastle without the knowledge of Porritt's club, Middlesbrough.
JIMMY CALDERWOOD insistsanyone found guilty of paying bungs should be booted out of football.
Collymore says: "There's managers out there who take bungs all day long.
The Premier League is halfway through a bungs inquiry led by Lord Stevens, a former chief constable for Northumbria Police.