Rangers hero Michael Mols says shamed Sam Allardyce can make amends by giving money to charity
FORMER Rangers hero Michael Mols has urged shamed Sam Allardyce to atone for his sins by donating a lump sum to a children’s charity.
The 61-year-old was forced to quit his job as England manager after reportedly being caught on camera negotiating a fee of £400,000 to represent an overseas firm hoping to profit from Premier League transfers.
Dutch master Mols, who won all three domestic trophies twice during his five years at Ibrox, was back at his old ground to launch the club’s support for UNICEF’s Work in Emergencies initiative.
UNICEF have created the fund so they can respond... read more
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