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POLL: Arsene Wenger is the fan favourite to become next England manager

A new poll reveals that Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger is the public favourite to become the next England football manager. The English Football Association (FA) is on the hunt for a new national manager after Sam Allardyce was forced to step down after just 67 days in charge. He left after he was filmed in a newspaper sting offering advice on how to circumvent FA player transfer rules.
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