Allardyce poses after the news conference at the Hilton Hotel, St. George’s Park.
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Sam Allardyce took the England manager's job knowing his tactical approach to the game, which had long split opinion, would come under scrutiny like never before."I won't ever be going to a top-four club because I'm not called Allardici, just Allardyce," he once said.Inevitably, his appointment as national team manager divided English football.Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger was among those whose frustrations boiled over when facing one of Allardyce's uncompromising teams, while Jose Mourinho, when at Chelsea, accused his West Ham side of playing 19th-century football.When the FA knocked, Allardyce's pride couldn't be more obvious.
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