On Tuesday, Telegraph announced the findings from their sting operations finding England head-coach Sam Allardyce guilty on multiple grounds. The former Aston Villa and Sunderland manager used his position as England manager to negotiate a £400,000 deal and offered advice to businessmen on how to “get around” FA rules on player transfers.
A few hours later, Allardyce was summoned to Wembley before he was eventually sacked, after spending just 67 days at the helm. He coached the Three Lions for just one game and ended up on the winning side – becoming the first England manager in history to have a hundred percent record.
Football fans took to Twitter to express their displeasure about Allardyce’s antics:
The main defence of Sam Allardyce appears to be ‘assumed it would be worse’. Which is a wonderfully damning indictment.
— Football365 (@F365) September 27, 2016
In 6 weeks time, Sam Allardyce will be MK Dons manager.
— Böbby Power (@craigvpower) September 27, 2016
Lallana scored EVERY goal under Sam Allardyce. What. A. Player.
— Fāz (@RealFaz1) September 27, 2016
— YBIG (@YouBoysInGreen) September 27, 2016
The only thing more depressing about the Sam Allardyce situation is reviewing the names being put forward for a replacement…
— Marc Iles (@MarcIles) September 27, 2016
— Rob Foster (@robwfoster) September 27, 2016
Rumours Paul Gascoigne has turned up at Wembley with cans of lager, some chicken & a fishing rod, claiming to be a friend of #SamAllardyce
— Piarais Mac Alastair (@piarais91) September 27, 2016
How could FA be sure that Big Sam was speaking facts when he was seriously drunk or high. #SamAllardyce
— Funny Barry Roux (@Barry_Roux) September 27, 2016
I’ve had wines last longer than #SamAllardyce
— Joe Fattorini (@joefattorini) September 27, 2016
Good on the FA for sacking #SamAllardyce as England Manager. In just 67 days l, he showed his true colours of being corrupt.
— Parveen Agnihotri (@Parveen_Comms) September 27, 2016
While many saw Harry Redknapp as an apt replacement:
What England needs is a manager of impeccable ethics, whose financial dealings are always above board. Harry Redknapp, anyone? #SamAllardyce
— Paul W. (@limeandonion) September 27, 2016
Looking forward to FA unveiling their next candidate, a whiter than white individual who no newspaper could find any dirt on: Harry Redknapp
— Fitba Hacks Podcast (@FitbaHacks) September 27, 2016
— Matt Chapman ITV/ATR (@MCYeeehaaa) September 27, 2016
Fully expect Harry Redknapp to pull up at the FA in his car with the window rolled down.
— 🇮🇪 + 🇳🇱(🇷🇺) (@EvaMcL3) September 27, 2016
Just like when you writing an https://essaydragon.com research paper, you are doing it for the reader