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Clubs that spied

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posted on 17/1/19

this is what I meeeeeeeeeeeaaaaaaaaaaaannnnn

posted on 17/1/19

You mean, clubs that have been caught

posted on 17/1/19

Some of them are inconclusive.

posted on 17/1/19

Really? you really really think that there is no smoke without fire and do you really really think these are the only ever cases of such goings on?

If yes you are naive & gullible at best fella.

posted on 17/1/19

My comments were based some some of the examples.

Take the England one. Coach thought they were being spied on. Moved to a different place to train but ended up in front a Norwegian newspaper company. No proof of spying.

posted on 17/1/19

comment by Kamara's left foot (U21862)
posted 2 hours, 49 minutes ago
You mean, clubs that have been caught
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Sure, just show that it is not just Leeds and I dont think there ever have been severe punishment like points deduction.

A fine or a touchline ban, but nothing that would set back Leeds in my opinion.

posted on 17/1/19

There are about 3 which are speculated(or accused) but not proven to be spying. Man United, Sheff United and Norway.

One was a helicopter flying above. Not much detail is given as it says no length or any other detail.

Sheff United is basically one guys word against another and apparently both guys hate each other.

I've already mentioned the Norway - England one.

Leeds, Chelsea and Zimbabwe ones are based on people admitting to doing it.

Werder Breman, Huddersfield, and Sweden were caught spying.

France was spied on, but who it was is unknown.

Also, Sweden, Norway and Zimbabwe aren't Clubs, like the Op has written in his title.

posted on 17/1/19

Also, France's opponents in 2014 weren't clubs either. If there were the ones spying.

posted on 17/1/19

Columbia were rumored to be spied on and they became famous for the the manager making all the players have the exact same hair cut so they would be difficult to recognise. Another side, I believe it was South Korea, during qualifying, they were made to swap squad numbers every game so that it was hard to identify the dangerous players.

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