Steve McClaren criticises lack of privacy following Sam Allardyce departure as England manager 



Former England manager Steve McClaren has expressed sympathy for Sam Allardyce who left his job as national team coach on Tuesday following a sting by the Daily Telegraph newspaper.
Allardyce, who was England manager for 67 days, was recorded on camera telling reporters how to avoid the FA's own transfer rules.
McClaren, England manager for 16 months from 2006-07, believes the episode highlights the lack of privacy in top-level sport.
'It's been a disappointing couple of days for English football and I'm very, very sad for what has happened to Sam,' McClaren told reporters at the Soccerex... read more

 
28 September 2016 in Sport, Views: 31
Source: Daily Mail
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