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Allardyce could face ban, Redknapp in ‘own players bet’ claim

London (AFP) – Former England manager Sam Allardyce, whose one-match reign ended after being caught up in a newspaper sting, could face suspension, Football Association (FA) chief executive Martin Glenn said Friday.   Glenn, who could not say whether 61-year-old Allardyce had received a pay-off when he resigned on Tuesday after just 67 days in the job, admitted charges could be laid at the former manager’s door.
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