Former Swindon Town caretaker manager Tommy Wright has been handed a football suspension following a bribery conviction.

The ex-first team coach was found guilty in December 2019 after being snared in an undercover investigation into corruption in football by the Daily Telegraph. 

He accepted a £5,000 bribe to leak commercial information about Barnsley players in 2016. 

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He and football agent Dax Price, who was convicted of two charges of offering bribes, were given suspended prison sentences last year. 

A statement on the FA website has revealed that Wright has been suspended from all football related activity for six years apart from coaching. Price has been suspended from all football-related activity for nine years. 

The sanctions are effective from November 16.