Ex-coach Allardyce returns to Crystal Palace back in Premier League
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Sam Allardyce returns three months after his painful departure as coach of England back in the English football. The 62-year-old coach at Crystal Palace, the dismissed manager Alan Pardew.
Allardyce signs a contract for two and a half years, reports Crystal Palace Friday night at the site of the club.
Crystal Palace have acted rapidly after the Thursday after less than two years say goodbye to Pardew.
“We are very happy that we have a new trainer have been able to appoint, and we are fortunate that someone of such calibre and with so much experience was available,” said chairman Steve Parish.
Allardyce will be Monday on Boxing Day all sit on the couch, when the number seventeen of the Premier League visit to Watford.
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At the end of september got Allardyce after just one international match, and 67 days as coach of England. The experienced trainer was discredited by a revealing report from The Daily Telegraph about corruption and fraud in English professional football.
The coach told undercoverjournalisten how the international transfer rules easily circumvented could be. Reporters from the newspaper laid with hidden cameras wired how to Allardyce, good for an annual salary of 3.5 million euros at the FA, said an amount of about 462.000 euros to receive for his advice.
Allardyce felt it framed, but saw through the scandal of no other solution than a blow. Barely a day after disclosure of that scandal, he left “in good mutual agreement” with the English bond of FA.
Earlier it was ‘Big Sam’ in the Premier League coach of Newcastle United, Sunderland, West Ham United, Bolton Wanderers and Blackburn Rovers.
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