FA accused of turning blind eye to former England boss Sam Allardyce's past 'as BBC did with Jimmy Savile'
THE FA have been accused of burying their heads in the sand over Sam Allardyce in the same way the BBC turned a blind eye to Jimmy Savile.
Agents chief Mel Stein made the comparison following Allardyce’s sacking as England boss last week after being filmed negotiating with newspaper journalists posing as businessmen.
Stein said: “I’m not suggesting in any shape, form or size we (agents) should be involved in appointing an England manager but just like Jimmy Savile at the BBC , when people came out of the woodwork afterwards saying, ‘Well, everybody knew about Jimmy Savile’.
“If anybody had... read more
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