Arsenal boss Arsene Wenger expected to be approached by FA for vacant England job

Arsenal boss Arsene Wenger expected to be approached by FA for vacant England job
 

Sam Allardyce's tenure as Three Lions manager came to a sudden and embarrassing end yesterday following just 67 days in charge.
The FA said Allardyce's position had become untenable following damaging allegations from a newspaper sting.
Allardyce left England by mutual agreement late last night and now the tough task of finding his replacement can begin.
And the London Evening Standard claim Wenger is on the radar again.
The FA were keen on the Arsenal boss following Roy Hodgson’s departure in June but he insisted he would see out his club contract.
But with that deal set to expire at the... read more

 
28 September 2016 in Sport, Views: 41
Source: Daily Star
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