Former FA chairman says axed England boss Sam Allardyce should not get pay-off



Former Football Association chairman David Bernstein hopes Sam Allardyce does not receive a compensation payment after "hubris" brought about the end of his reign as England manager.
Allardyce's contract was terminated on Tuesday after a Daily Telegraph sting operation captured him negotiating lucrative speaking engagements in the Far East, as well as making damaging remarks about a range of issues including third-party ownership.
Current FA chairman Greg Clarke and chief executive Martin Glenn met with Allardyce at Wembley and left the 61-year-old in no doubt he had reached the... read more

 
28 September 2016 in Sport, Views: 18
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