Reports: Sam Allardyce To Be Appointed As New England Manager ‘Within Next 24 Hours’

Chris Wright

20th, July 2016



You’re looking at the new manager of the England national football team. English football truly has reached its zenith.

Yep, the FA have gone and given the job to Sam Allardyce after interviewing both him and Steve Bruce for the role over the course of the past week or so.

BBC Sport are reporting that Big Sam’s appointment is now signed and sealed, with official confirmation due before the end of play on Thursday.

Word on the street is that Sunderland are moving quickly to bring in David Moyes as Allardyce’s successor, with the Black Cats desperately seeking to get the former Everton and Manchester United manager in situ as soon as possible with three weeks left until the start of the new season.

Posted in England, International football, Managers, Sunderland

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  1. Rob says:

    Blimey, Sam and Steve Bruce the chosen two competing for the England job, amazing!
    The only thing I’d have thought these two would be top of the list for would be a full english breakfast eating contest.

  2. Bruno says:

    Well, I don’t want this job, imagine the top coaches.

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