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Synonyms for bung

Synonyms for bung

a plug used to close a hole in a barrel or flask

give a tip or gratuity to in return for a service, beyond the compensation agreed on

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close with a cork or stopper

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"If a manager does take a bung from an agent then he should be sacked, "insisted Robson.
Lord Stevens, seen here with Premier League chief executive Richard Scudamore (left) at a press conference in October, today reveals the results of his bungs inquiry
Yes, my napper is bunged up trying to work it out as well.
PREMIER LEAGUE bung busters are ready to call in the police to rid football of corruption.
Jeff said: "We don't have bungs here because we don't have any transfer fees.
The Trotters boss, who insists he would never accept a bung, is considering whether to launch a libel action against BBC Panorama.
Dr Bridgewater said: "Football league chairman Brian Mawhinney is a leading figure in the fight against tapping up and bungs.
Newell caused a storm last season when he became the first manager to reveal he had been offered illegal financial incentives by agents, triggering a Premier League inquiry into the alleged bungs scandal.
* Silicone bungs, if used, should be pressed and twisted tightly into the bung holes--then not disturbed again until sampling, topping or wine movement.
By DAVID COLLINS HARRY Redknapp shouted at a detective in court yesterday for "staring" at him as he gave evidence denying using an offshore bank account for bungs.
LORD Stevens will today announce the long-awaited findings of his bungs inquiry, but those who expect bombshell revelations from the former Metropolitan Police commissioner are set to be disappointed.
FOR the life of me I can't understand what all the fuss is about when it comes to bungs and backhanders in football.
THE BUZZWORD in football this week is bungs after the so-called BBC Panorama expose.
Tyneside football agent Peter Harrison was today at the centre of a storm following allegations of managers taking bungs during lucrative transfer deals.
TRANSFER bungs whistleblower Mike Newell is confident the inquiry into alleged illegal payments in football will expose the agents and officials he believes are swindling supporters.