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Sam Allardyce Eyes Football Job After England Resignation over Telegraph Claims

Sam Allardyce reportedly wants to return to football again following his departure as England manager and bemoaned the "entrapment" that saw him caught up in a newspaper sting. The 61-year-old left the England post on Tuesday after just one match in charge following the release of footage by the Telegraph showing Allardyce telling undercover reporters that it was " not a problem" to circumvent FA rules on outlawed third-party ownership.
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