When the FA chairman Greg Clarke appears in front of MPs later this month amid accusations of failure in football governance, it may be worth exploring just how we got to this point. From the disaster of Roy Hodgson and Euro 2016 to left-back Danny Rose accepting Alan Shearer’s assessment England are now a laughing 

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The scandal just carries on for the English FA, They appointed a new manager – who caused them such dismay. The scandal broke just recently – in a posh hotel, The meeting between reporters – and was it kiss and tell? Some would call it entrapment – lured by a trap. By a gang of 

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I watched the England football game with eager anticipation, Knowing if they WON the game – it would cause a great sensation. Their opponents were Slovakia – who were the better team, They really should have won it – do you know what I mean?! Big Sam Allardyce – he looked so stressed out, Maybe 

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The Football Association has officially confirmed that Sam Allardyce is the newly appointed England manager, effective immediately. In a way the appointment couldn’t have come at a worse time as the players are currently away on pre-season with their various clubs awaiting the commencement of the 2016/17 Premier League season.   Furthermore, his first competitive 

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The big bosses of the England FA, have made their final decision, They’ve found a new boss for the England team position. They sat round a boardroom, table scratching all their heads, Wondering who to appoint – when they’d rather be home in their comfy beds! Behold! Sam Allardyce, is now in the hot seat, 

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Sam Allardyce is expected to be announced as the newly appointed England manager anytime from now, according to a report by The Mirror. Allardyce- who is still by contract the Sunderland- is to take over the mantle from Roy Hodgson who resigned immediately after England’s humiliating round of 16 elimination from the European Championship by 

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When Sam Allardyce took over at Sunderland last October they were rooted in the relegation zone and they were back there at the beginning of May. Between the 1-0 defeat to West Bromwich Albion which marked Allardyce’s first game in charge and the 3-2 win over Chelsea, a gap of 28 games, Sunderland had spent 

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After taking five points from their last four Premier League outings, Sunderland have lifted themselves out of the relegation zone – they are now level on points with 18th placed Norwich City with a better goal difference. Can Sam Allardyce keep the Black Cats in the Premier League come the end of the season? At 

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West Ham travelled to the Midlands on Saturday lunchtime knowing that a place in the quarter-finals of arguably the most open FA Cup was up for grabs against West Bromwich Albion. With Albion improving under Tony Pulis but still languishing in the lower reaches of the Premier League, in contrast with Sam Allardyce’s side residing 

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West Hams last campaign in the Premiership was nothing short of disastrous under Avram Grant. A squad with a strong spine, which included four England internationals, plummeted out the league with a whimper. It was announced Sam Allardyce would oversee the Hammers 2011/2012 Championship campaign. Tipped to win the league by the bookies, the club 

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