An Englishman as national boss is not a bonus... it's a necessity

Martin Glenn famously said he wasn’t a football expert. One would hope, however, as chief executive of the Football Association he would at least know the point of the international game.
But apparently not.
In the aftermath of the latest farce to befall his organisation, Glenn raised the possibility of appointing a foreign manager. ‘I don’t think you have to be wedded to the fact the England manager has to be English,’ he said. ‘That narrows the field too much and we want the best person for the job. Being English is a benefit — a bonus.’
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2 October 2016 in Sport, Views: 43
Source: Daily Mail

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