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The Managers That Might Replace Sam Allardyce As England Coach


Allardyce resigned after the Telegraph undercover reporters claimed he discussed how to  "get around" transfer rules.

Following the fall out of Sam Allardyce's after 67 days in charge, the Football Association is searching for a New England boss following. Allardyce left by mutual consent on Tuesday after the Daily Telegraph claimed he offered advice on how to "get around" rules on player transfers.
Allardyce only game in charge is their opening 2018 World Cup qualifier 1-0 win in September over Slovakia
Potential replacement  is Arsenal boss Arsene Wenger and Tottenham  manager Mauricio Pochettino  who say they are open to managing England in the future.
Wenger, 66, said, when asked about taking the job: "One day, if I'm free, why not?" Pochettino, 44, said: "Yes, why not? In the future."
However at the moment both managers said they are committed to their respective clubs.
Other managers been considered are Gareth Southgate who is a likely option for the permanent role , Bournemouth boss Eddie Howe , Crystal Palace manager Alan Pardew and ex-Hull City manager Steve Bruce .
Of  all candidates being touted as Allardyce's replacement.Arsene Wenger 's credentials easily outstrip all .Experience make him the perfect fit for international management and at 66, Wenger comes with experience need to make england a force in world football once again.

While there is uncertainty over who replaces Allardyce Gareth Southgate will take charge starting with Malta at Wembley (8 October), Slovenia away (11 October), Scotland at home (11 November) and Spain in a friendly (15 November).the England’s Under-21 boss will hope to continue the winning streak for the next four matches that includes three World Cup qualifiers.

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