Ex-England manager Allardyce admits 'error of judgment'
- Author: Lawrence Cooper Oct 02, 2016,
Oct 02, 2016, 10:21
Allardyce was lent a supporting hand by Manchester United boss Jose Mourinho, who while in charge of Chelsea blasted the former Bolton, Blackburn and Sunderland manager for playing "19th century football" during a goalless draw at Stamford Bridge in January 2014. "I feel sorry for that because I know that was a dream job and I feel sorry for him".
Britain's sports minister, Tracey Crouch, said Wednesday: "The recent allegations concerning English football are very concerning and we will be discussing the matter with the football authorities".
"Unfortunately it was an error of judgment on my behalf and I've paid the consequences", he added, the morning after he was forced out of the England job following a mere 67 days in charge of the national side.
"Entrapment has won on this occasion and I have to accept that".
"This is a very long-term problem and there is a lot of frustration that we are still talking about an FA that is backward-looking and cumbersome", Betts told PA Sport. I apologise to those and all concerned in this unfortunate situation I've put myself in.
Most players just want to play and the money is so big these days that they need help from professionals to manage it all.
That said, I would be in full agreement with Allardyce's observation that Neville should have been told to "shut up and sit down". I'm going to go away and reflect on it.
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"I'm off overseas to chill out and reflect. I'd like to wish all the England lads, Gareth and the staff all the best".
EARNED £8,219 A DAY Allardyce could have earned as much as £550,000 for his blink-andyou'll- miss-it tenure as manager.
Crystal Palace boss Pardew has been made one of the early favourites for the job.
"The last 48 hours, it's insane how people are just looking to trap people now", he told ITV News.
In general, I don't agree with managers who get involved with the media at this level in the middle of the season but I was happy to see that Klopp disappeared once the Burnley v Watford match started and didn't fall into the trap of commenting on rivals.
"He's enthusiastic, he's a good kicker and a good goalkeeper, and I do like him". I don't think it should be someone from overseas - I don't care what his record is.
Aidy Boothroyd takes charge of the team, promoted from the under-20s to cover Southgate's secondment.