The FA is reportedly set to make another attempt to appoint Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger as the new England boss following Sam Allardyce leaving the post on Tuesday after just one game in charge.
Per Matt Law in the Telegraph, Wenger, 66, was top of the FA's list when it was looking for a replacement for Roy Hodgson after Euro 2016 and is now prepared to wait until his current Gunners contract expires at the end of 2016-17 to place him in the job.
Sam Allardyce has resigned as England manager on Tuesday after just one match in charge following a sting carried out by the Telegraph. The FA announced the news of the 61-year-old's dismissal: Allardyce's conduct, as reported today...
Newly appointed Sunderland boss Sam Allardyce has launched an outspoken attack on Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger, branding the Gunners boss as arrogant. The Sun newspaper published its latest extract from the 60-year-old’s latest aut...
Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger says England boss Sam Allardyce needs to be allowed to defend himself, following allegations in a newspaper.
Sam Allardyce, who left his job as England boss on Tuesday after being filmed by undercover reporters, says "entrapment has won".