Allardyce to be named new Manager of English Football Team

61 year old Sunderland boss, Sam Allardyce, who is also a former Bolton, Newcastle, and West Ham Manager, is expected to be named the new Manager of the English National Football Team, soon.
This is according to reports which emanated on Wednesday, from the British press.
Allaadyce will reportedly be given the task of guiding the under-performing national side to the 2018 World Cup.
He will take over from Roy Hodgson, who stepped down after England's humiliating last-16 exit to Iceland at the Euro 2016 championships.
According to the British Press Association, "Big Sam" Allardyce, the long-time frontrunner for the job, will be officially named as the new Manager at a Football Association board meeting on Thursday.
Upon his appointment, Allardyce will become the 15th permanent manager of the English national side.
Hull manager Steve Bruce was also interviewed for the job while Bournemouth boss Eddie Howe and USA coach Jurgen Klinsmann were also reported to be on the FA's shortlist.
Both Sunderland and Hull publicly called for a new England manager to be hired immediately so they can focus on finding a replacement or get back to planning for the new season, which gets under way on August 13.
Allardyce is believed to have been given a glowing recommendation by former boss of Manchester United, Sir Alex Ferguson.

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