Sam Allardyce admits he's paid the price for an 'error of judgement' after being sacked as England manager

Sam Allardyce has admitted he's paid the consequences for an 'error of judgement' after he was sacked as England manager just 67 days after being appointed. 
Allardyce was removed from his position 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. 
His sacking makes him the shortest-serving England manager of all time and means the FA are now on the search for what is their third boss this year.... read more

28 September 2016 in Sport, Views: 28
Source: Daily Mail

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