Sam the cheat

Blackburn manager Owen Coyle has given his take on the exit of the England manager (67 days) Sam Allardyce.
I have a lot of time for Owen, but not Sam,
Allardyce claimed entrapment.
Is that’s what being caught with your pants down is all about?
Allardyce left his England job on Tuesday after one match and 67 days in charge.
£500,000 richer!
My Lord. Should this ever happen?
Coyle, when asked for his thoughts on how damaging a week it has been for English football, said: “We all love the game, we certainly feel it’s the best game in the world, and of course it’s been a difficult week.
“It’s been difficult in the respect of Sam Allardyce, who I know well, and ultimately landed his dream job as manager of England. You know how patriotic he is, Sam loves his country, and I thought he was well positioned to do really well with the England national team.
No, Owen, Sam did’t love his country, he loved himself
He also wanted to pad his pocket.
Owen added “It’s sad in many ways. A number of things which led to that don’t normally happen every day of the week.
“Having said we’ve got to make sure the game is seen in a positive light and the quality and how special a game it is. I think it’s important that we do that, move on and be positive about
everything we do.”
Thank you Owen, but Big Sam was a cheat.

Published by Rob

Now 70, I'm getting back into website development and brand protection, as well as showcasing the delightful artistic talents of my beautiful wife Lynne. My projection will encompass a lifetime of database marketing, as well as the Christian democratic socialist ideals of my wife and I.

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