Sam Allardyce's England reign could be in tatters after just ONE game following undercover investigation
After waiting a decade for the job he always craved, Sam Allardyce had not even navigated his way through one game before putting his position in serious jeopardy.
On Monday night members of the FA hierarchy said they were still digesting the details of a Daily Telegraph sting but it is difficult to see Allardyce surviving this.
Difficult to see how he survives the most embarrassing episode for an England manager since Glenn Hoddle was quoted saying the disabled were paying for the sins of a previous life.
There are echoes here, of course, of Sven Goran Eriksson's fake sheik sting in... read more
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