England’s National Coach Resigns due to sting operation by reporters
Sam Allardyce has resigned his dream job as coach of England, after irreconcilable talks with English FA over an allegation that he agreed a payment of 400,000 pounds in exchange for information on how to beat transfer rules.
He was appointed into the three million pounds job on 22 July to succeed Roy Hodgson. He quit just after 67 days.
The English FA confirmed his departure, from a job that offered three million pounds a year, making him the highest paid national coach.