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You’d have to be crazy to manage the English national soccer team

“To be the England manager you must win every game, not do anything in your private life and hopefully not earn too much money”. At least Sam Allardyce achieved the first of former England manager Sven Goran Eriksson’s retrospective requirements for the job. Allardyce stepped down on Tuesday after just one game as the national […]
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