Poland's football association chief Grzegorz Lato on Wednesday rejected allegations that he had taken bribes, as rumours of corruption yet again swirled in the Euro 2012 co-host nation. Lato rubbished claims by businessman Grzegorz Kulikowski, who in November was behind a leaked recording that led to the sacking of the secretary general of the association, or PZPN. Wednesday's edition of the Polish tabloid Super Express published an interview with Kulikowski, who has long-standing ties with the PZPN and was once close to Lato. Kulikowski said he had given Lato and the axed secretary general, Zdzislaw Krecina, an unspecified sum of his own money, pretending it was from another individual who wanted to sell the PZPN land for its new headquarters.
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