ALLARDYCE REVEALS ENGLAND HURT

LONDON: Sam Allardyce (pix) says he could not bear watching England play even on television after he lost his job as manager of the national side following a newspaper sting. Now in charge at Premier League Crystal Palace, Allardyce lasted just 67 days and one match as England boss. The 62-year-old, who by his own admission acted like an "idiot", left his dream job just a fortnight before what would have been his first home match as England...

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