After a disappointing Euro 2016 the manager of the English national squad Roy Hodgson quit his post, thus leaving the team without a coach. However, it didn’t take too long for the FA to find a replacement of his.
Earlier today, it was announced that Sam Allardyce will be taking over the English coaching job, as the 61-year-old agreed to quit Sunderland in order to be available. “Big Sam” has signed a two-year contract, which means that he will be leading England until the 2018 World Cup in Russia.
It will be quite curious to see how the now ex-Sunderland coach will do, as he does have the reputation to get the best out of teams that are not full with a lot of talent.