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FA ‘guardians’ say they had to act over Allardyce

London (AFP) – Sam Allardyce’s departure as England manager was essential to preserve the Football Association’s integrity as “guardians of the game”, the governing body’s senior figures said on Tuesday. FA chairman Greg Clarke and chief executive Martin Glenn met with Allardyce at Wembley to seal his fate after damaging newspaper revelations left his position untenable.
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