(FILES) This file photo taken on August 29, 2016 shows England football manager Sam Allardyce taking part in a press conference at St George's Park, near Burton-on-Trent, central England. / AFP / OLI SCARFF
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England manager Sam Allardyce's comments during a newspaper sting will be examined by his employers at the Football Association.Allardyce, who has only been in charge for one World Cup qualifying match since succeeding Roy Hodgson as England manager, was filmed by Britain's Daily Telegraph newspaper appearing to advise undercover reporters posing as businessmen on how to sidestep an outlawed player transfer practice. The Telegraph published its undercover investigation under the front-page headline: "England manager for sale".Allardyce, who was hired in July after England's shocking loss to Iceland at the European Championship, is preparing for England's second 2018 World Cup qualifier against Malta next month.
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