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Just months after hiring national team Manager Sam Allardyce, England may fire him

Sam Allardyce has been on the sideline for exactly one match as England’s national soccer team manager, a 1-0 win over Slovakia in a World Cup qualifier on Sept. 4. It might be his last. According to the Times of London, the English Football Association is “close to sacking” Allardyce after an undercover investigation by […]
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