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England Manager Sam Allardyce to Face FA Investigation After Newspaper Sting

The Football Association (FA) will investigate Sam Allardyce after the new England manager was caught in a newspaper sting explaining how to circumvent FA rules on transfers. The Daily Telegraph reporters posed as businessmen and met Allardyce as part of an investigation into alleged corruption in British football. The former Bolton Wanderers, Newcastle United and West Ham United manager, who was only appointed in July after England’s disastrous UEFA Euro 2016 campaign in France, spoke of his opposition to the FA’s rules on third-party ownership of players, and named the countries in which it is still possible to get around those rules.
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