Sam Allardyce the architect of his own downfall: Dream job tarnished by greed

Sam Allardyce the architect of his own downfall: Dream job tarnished by greed
 

One night spent in the Sir Bobby Charlton suite at St George’s Park and he was already dreaming of possibilities.
“Do you think there might be a Sam Allardyce Suite here one day? I hope so,” he ventured. “You never know, do you? I suppose it depends on how well I do over the next two years.”
There will be no room with a view bearing his name, even though Allardyce departs his dream job, the role he openly craved for a decade, boasting a 100 per cent record. Played one, won one. 
In the end, he could not even negotiate two months let alone two years and a path to the World Cup in Russia in... read more

 
27 September 2016 in Sport, Views: 34
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