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Allardyce's dream job ends quickly

Yesterday, Sam Allardyce had his contract as England manager terminated after 67 days and just one game in charge. Videos have emerged which appear to show Allardyce explaining to undercover reporters from British newspaper the Daily Telegraph posing as businessmen representing a consortium from Asia how to get around the FA’s rules on Third-party ownership of players.
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