Sam Allardyce’s future as England manager is in major doubt after a series of revelations made in the Daily Telegraph.
Former Bolton, West Ham and Sunderland boss Allardyce, 61, was only appointed as England manager in late July, but now finds his position in jeopardy after just a single game in charge of the national side.
Allardyce now stands at a short-priced to be sacked before the next game for the Three Lions.
A late Adam Lallana goal against Slovakia handed Big Sam a perfect start to his tenure and he might now always maintain that 100% record after being at the centre of a 10-month newspaper sting.
The Telegraph investigation alleges that Allardyce advised fake businessman on how to “get around FA rules” for player transfers.
Allardyce was also reportedly critical of former England boss Roy Hodgson and Paddy Power is giving odds of for Big Sam to issue a public apology to the man he replaced after Euro 2016.
Commenting on the controversy Paddy Power said: “This looks dodgier than England’s performance against Iceland at the Euros and despite only being in the job a couple of months Big Sam could be heading for the exit door.”
Having only just started on England’s road to the 2018 World Cup, Big Sam’s to cling onto his post and be there on the touchline.
Speaking of the World Cup, with under just two weeks to go to the country’s home qualifier with Malta, Allardyce can be found at odds of not to be on the bench for that game.
Should he make his way out the exit door, punters who fancy him to return to his beloved Bolton for a second spell in charge before the end of 2017 can find that at .