Jose Mourinho 'feels sorry' for Sam Allardyce after he was sacked from his 'dream job' as England boss after just 67 days: 'I like him and respect him'
Manchester United manager Jose Mourinho says he feels sorry for Sam Allardyce after he lost his job as England manager after just 67 days in charge.
Allardyce was removed from his role as Three Lions boss by the Football Association on Tuesday after it emerged he used his position to explore the possibility of earning extra money on the side while also handing out advice on how to get around Football Association transfer rules.
Allardyce admitted he's paid the consequences for an 'error of judgement', but Mourinho has said he respects the former England boss and feels sorry for a man that... read more
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