Allardyce spoke to the English FA about becoming the next England coach.
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Sunderland boss Sam Allardyce is set to be appointed England's next manager in the coming 24 hours, British media reported early Wednesday.Allardyce, 61, has been manager at Sunderland since last October and managed to steer them clear of relegation last season.Hull City manager Steve Bruce was also interviewed for the job, while British media reported the FA had spoken to United States' German head coach Juergen Klinsmann as well as Bournemouth's English coach Eddie Howe.England have been searching for a new coach after their embarrassing exit from the European Championship at the end of last month.
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