QPR have tied up the loose ends of corruption claims against Jimmy Floyd Hasselbaink and declared it's business as usual for their head coach.

JFH was caught in an apparent Daily Telegraph sting that saw reporters trying to catch third-party greed in football.

It did for England manager Sam Allardyce, as well as assistant Barnsley assistant Tommy Wright.

Hasselbaink was secretly filmed at a meeting where he spoke about going into business with the fake company headed by the undercover journalists.

Rangers demanded full transcripts and film from the Telegraph, because they privately doubted there was enough evidence to implicate their man in wrong doing.

Cleared: Jimmy Floyd Hasselbaink

None have been forthcoming and Rs issued a statement with a full-stop on the controversy.

"The club can confirm that our internal investigation has now ended concerning The Telegraph's reporting on inferences made on September 28th relating to QPR manager Jimmy Floyd Hasselbaink," the statement read.

"Throughout the comprehensive investigation, the club contacted and communicated with all the major parties involved, including The Telegraph, who failed to provide the club with the information previously requested.

"Despite a number of requests from both the club and Jimmy Floyd Hasselbaink's legal team for the information relating to the inferences made on September 28th, including video footage and a full transcript of the discussions that took place, nothing has been forthcoming.

"As a result, and in the absence of any further evidence, the Board fully back QPR manager Jimmy Floyd Hasselbaink and his explanations relating to these inferences.

"Jimmy Floyd Hasselbaink openly admitted he was naive and, as such, has been reminded of his roles and responsibilities as manager of Queens Park Rangers Football Club.

"He remains fully focused on his job as QPR manager, and he does so with the Board's unanimous support."

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