A downbeat and dejected Sam Allardyce has finally spoke to the British press on Wednesday morning to give his side of the story, which has led to his departure as England boss, just 67 days after being appointed by the FA.
The 61-year-old, fell ‘victim’ to a sting operation by the Daily Telegraph which filmed Allardyce making controversial comments that has him under fire for potential bribery and corruption.
In light of the recent stitch up, Allardyce was forced to leave his post as England boss by mutual consent (yeah right) and there are now many question marks surrounding his future in the game.
To tell his side of the story, the former West Ham and Sunderland boss took to Sky Sports, to express his sorrow and apologise for a ‘serious error of judgement’.
Among other things, Allardyce confirmed that he is no intention of walking away from the sport, and vows to manage in England once more, in the near future.
Take a look at Sam Allardyce’s comments below.
"Entrapment has won on this occasion"— 101 Great Goals (@101greatgoals) September 28, 2016
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