Confirmed: Allardyce ceases to be England coachSeptember 28, 2016
The leak of a video in which he accepted a bribe has been the reason for his dismissal
Sam Allardyce has only lasted 64 days in his new role as England coach has overflowed events after the Daily Telegraph disseminate a hidden camera recorded images in which the technical trades kickbacks.
The scandals still surrounding the selection ofEngland . A bad sports results now joins the dismissal of Allardycebecause of the video that has been filtered by a British newspaper. The FA offered the technician the possibility of resigning, but before the refusal of Allardyce has decided to cut the problem imminently and dismiss the technician.Allardyce negotiated commissions in exchange for further facilitate transactions of players, even got to travel to Asia to close the deal with alleged investors.
The coach was the highest paid coach in the world with a salary close to 5 million euros a year. Allardyce could have earned half a million to facilitate these illegal transactions, but their actions have cost him the job in the selection.The FA must urgently find a technical as it is immersed in the qualifying round for the 2018 World Cup Russia.