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A quick explanation of third-party ownership and why Sam Allardyce could be in big trouble

England football manager Sam Allardyce is being investigated by the Football Association (FA) for allegedly advising fake foreign businessmen on how to "get around" strict rules on player transfers. Allardyce, who has managed the national team in just one game since being appointed in late July, allegedly negotiated what he thought was £400,000 deal to be an ambassador abroad and advise foreign investors on how to profit from third-party ownership of Premier League footballers.
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