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bung

a stopper, esp of cork or rubber, for a cask, piece of laboratory glassware, etc.

Bung

experiences modified and extreme levels of want. [Br. Lit.: Sketches by Boz]
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Sam Allardyce told the BBC he has never taken, asked for or received a bung and would not condone any breaches of the FA rules, whatever personal affection he has for his son.
There is nothing to suggest there is any sort of bung culture in our game but we want to be sure.
If a manager does take a bung from an agent then he should be sacked, "insisted Robson.
Soccer will be hit by a new scandal as the Premier League's bung inquiry team finally prepares to announce their findings.
But they're about to announce that there was a bung involved in Teddy Sheringham's transfer from Forest to Spurs.
Eriksson and Still said top club bosses were taking bungs during transfer deals.
The programme also claims his son Craig and other agents Peter Harrison, Teni Yerima and Charles Collymore were involved in bungs.
LUTON boss Mike Newell is optimistic the FA will take action to rid the game of its alleged culture of transfer bungs.
Oyston has been chairman of the League One side since 1999 and he believes the issue of bungs is still a major problem in football, including the Premiership.
MIKE NEWELL last night insisted he does not fear being frozen out of football because of his role as the whistleblower in the bungs probe.
Bungs just don't happen, I promise you, it's all bullshit.
Although there are a number of door barriers and air brick covers on the market, there were no toilet bungs or internal waste seals.