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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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Bond, former assistant to Harry Redknapp at Portsmouth, has been given leave by United as the bungs crisis mounts.
The game has been rocking since Luton boss Mike Newell accused agents and executives of taking bungs and his claims were backed up by QPR boss Ian Holloway who admitted he was offered a pounds 30,000 backhander.
Another reason for leaks is that bungs are sometimes installed too tightly.
How can it be a bung when the chairman of the football club paid me?
The Hatters and a number of their former directors were hit with charges last season after allegations of bungs were made.
The Pompey boss was anything but 'Appy 'Arry as supporters behind his dug-out repeatedly heckled him about bungs allegations.
Meanwhile, City of London police chiefs are investigating allegations of fraud against two football agents in a move separate to the bungs inquiry.
THE SFA will this week launch a probe into allegations of transfer bungs and racism in Scotland.
Welsh students are being given rubber bungs to help stop them becoming a victim to drink spikers.
Colin Gordon believes the very underhand nature of bungs means the games lawmakers will never truly get to grips with the problem because they do not how it works or how widespread it is.