England manager Sam Allardyce has been fired by the English Football Association. Gareth Southgate has been appointed interim manager for next 4 games.
Alladyce was spotted referring to former Three Lions manager Roy Hodgson as “Woy” and saying ex-England assistant Gary Neville should have been told to “sit down and shut up”.
During an undercover investigation by The Telegraph (UK), the former Sunderland and West Ham boss was heard allegedly negotiating a £400,000 deal to act as an ambassador overseas.
It is also claimed he offered advice on how to get around transfer rules that are laid down by his employers the Football Association.
Big Sam was talking to undercover reporters who he thought were representing a Far East firm that was hoping to profit from the Premier League’s billion-pound transfer market.
He reportedly agreed to travel to Singapore and Hong Kong to be an ambassador for his supposed clients and this has landed him into trouble.
The ousted manager signed a two-year contract on July 22, 2016, to become manager of the England national team and has been sacked barely two months into his contract.