Sam Allardyce sacked

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Sam Allardyce sacked

Sam Allardyce  is set to be sensationally sacked by the FA as England manager.

Sam Allardyce sacked

After claims he used his job as Three Lions boss to land a £400,000 deal.

It is understood that the FA feel they will have to terminate Allardyce’s contract, with concerns at what else might be washed out.

The boss was caught on film by The Telegraph appearing to abuse his position to help businessmen “get around” FA transfer rules.

He is accused to meeting up with a bogus consortium, who were in fact undercover reporters posing as Far East businessmen who claimed they were interested in bringing overseas players to England.

Allardyce, 61 – who is paid £3million a year plus bonuses as England manager – agreed to travel to Singapore and Hong Kong as an ambassador.

He explained to the “businessmen” how they could circumvent FA rules which prohibit third parties “owning” players.

Over the course of two meetings Allardyce told the fictitious businessmen that it was “not a problem” to bypass the rules introduced by his employers in 2008.

He said he knew of certain agents who were “doing it all the time” and added: “You can still get around it. I mean obviously the big money’s here.”

And during Allardyce’s meetings he also mocked predecessor Roy Hodgson, calling him “Woy” and saying that he “hasn’t got the personality” for public speaking.

He also criticised Princes William and Harry as well as former Three Lions assistant manager Gary Neville.

Allardyce was playing in the Football Writers’ golf day at Stoke Park on Monday when he was made aware of the allegations.

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