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Sam Allardyce and England part ways by mutual consent after reporters trick him into teaching them how to break FA rules

Allardyce's England tenure has ended after he was caught on camera explaining to people he thought were businessmen how to get around FA rules. Sam Allardyce and England have mutually agreed to part ways after the Three Lions boss was caught on camera explaining how to circumvent the FA's rules against third party ownership. An investigation by The Telegraph revealed that Allardyce accepted a fee to teach "Asian businessmen" -- actually reporters -- about manipulating the FA's rules.
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