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England Manager Sam Allardyce Terminated After 67 Days In Charge

Published in SportsBusiness Daily Global on 09 / 28 / 16

Sam Allardyce’s tenure as the England manager "has been terminated after 67 days in charge" following allegations he had offered advice on "how to circumvent" the FA’s rules on player transfers, according to Dominic Fifield of the London GUARDIAN. Allardyce, who had suggested the na...

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