Sam Allardyce's sacking kills me, says agent who arranged ill-fated meeting with undercover reporters
The agent who set up the meeting that led to Sam Allardyce losing his job as England manager has broken his silence to reveal his regret over the affair.
Scott McGarvey, 53, a former professional player who began his career at Manchester United, introduced Allardyce to undercover Daily Telegraph reporters whom he believed were businessmen representing a sports management group.
The former Sunderland boss attended two meetings as a favour to McGarvey, a friend since their playing days in the early 80s, but it backfired in spectacular fashion when the sting was revealed, costing Allardyce his... read more
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