England has a new manager: Sam Allardyce. The 61-year-old leaves Sunderland and signed an initial two-year contract with a view to potentially extending that deal until 2020. The Black cats will receive a £3m compensation from the Football Association.
— England (@England) 22 juli 2016
The appointment of Allardyce didn’t go unnoticed on Twitter:
Now that allardyce is England manager. Does that mean Kevin Nolan will finally get that well deserved 2nd cap? #lovers4lyfe
— josh (@j_vine95) 22 juli 2016
In all seriousness though, Allardyce deserves his chance. We need a no nonsense manager and Big Sam fits the bill. Let’s see what he can do.
— Matt Ford (@Matt_Journalist) 22 juli 2016
— David Spencer (@anyoldiron84) 22 juli 2016
— Bleacher Report UK (@br_uk) 22 juli 2016
When you land the England job…https://t.co/zIZHmAz6Mg
— Sunday League FC (@SundayLeagueFC) 22 juli 2016
Sam Allardyce is the new England manager. Wish him the very best. It’s not the impossible job it’s said to be, as I hope big Sam proves.
— Gary Lineker (@GaryLineker) 22 juli 2016
Sam Allardyce. Really? REALLY!?! Big Sam? 😔
— Greg Grant (@SIR_5o) 22 juli 2016
Bumped into Allardyce in Tesco, said has you shopping here? He replied after Roy I won’t be near Iceland
— Gareth McCauley (@gmccauley92) 22 juli 2016
I’m surprised to hear that Sam Allardyce is England’s new manager. I was half expecting him to still be waiting for his chips.
— Echo (@MrEcho41) 22 juli 2016
Personal fan of Sam Allardyce’s style of management, hope he can instil a defensive resilience in this England side. Deserves a chance.
— Janaarthanan N (@Jengaa_N) 22 juli 2016
I actually think Sam Allardyce would do a great job as England’s manager
— CAVS2016CHAMPS (@FerhanSaleem) 22 juli 2016
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