Sam Allardyce is no longer the coach of the English football team, a position he only started in July held. His position was untenable after an undercover operation by The Daily Telegraph, it was revealed that he is not averse to illegal transferpraktijken.
The FA is pleased to announce that both parties are in mutual agreement to go. Sam Allardyce led only one official game of England.
The FA can confirm that Sam Allardyce has left his position as @England manager. Full statement: https://t.co/oFu7dMn8CH
— The FA (@FA) september 27, 2016Undercoveroperatie
Allardyce had in mess. Journalists of The Daily Telegraph, there were at least two recorded conversations with him as representatives of Asian entrepreneurs who wanted money to earn with transfers of football players. They asked Allardyce if it was possible the so-called ‘third party ownership’ to work in England. That is a situation where, in addition to two clubs, a party involved in a deal with a player. That is by FIFA banned worldwide, so also in England.
But Allardyce told the undercoverjournalisten that it indeed was possible. “You can that rules work with players from all over South America, Portugal, Spain, Belgium and across Africa,” replied the coach, while he hadn’t realized the conversation was recorded.
Allardyce cited the transfer of burning fire! Valencia to West Ham United as an example. ‘Big Sam’ was trainer of the club when he came to the Ecuadorian with the help of a third party to London took.
In addition it was the 61-year-old coach is in front of the undercoverjournalisten also arrogant about his predecessor Roy Hodgson, who all the reporters asleep would have talked. In addition, he would also have been willing to serve as ambassador of a real estate agent to Singapore and hong Kong to travel in exchange for a small € 500,000.
Allardyce followed Hodgson on after the european CHAMPIONSHIPS last summer in France. (Belga/KVDA)
Sam Allardyce as the England manager ? pic.twitter.com/6sa9nmUBQa
— Footy Humour (@FootyHumour) september 27, 2016