When Sam Allardyce was announced as Roy Hodgson’s, many saw the move as an explicit message by the FA that they wanted to safeguard the few values of the English game that had been left untarnished by the overbearing influence of an influx of foreign players as well as the management and the interference of the notably corrupt FIFA and UEFA organisations.→
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