Alardais considers the allegations against him to be false
Sam Allardyce criticized the Football Association after an independent investigation of the Daily Telegraph`s allegations that led to his dismissal as the former England coach found `significant inaccuracies` in the original report. Alrightyis was dismissed as manager of The Three Lions barely 67 days after taking office after a report by the Daily Telegraph, claiming that the 63-year-old specialist advised undercover reporters about ways to circumvent the property ofthird-country players. If the FA held its word and waited to see the Telegraph`s evidence, as they had initially told me to do, they would see that the accusations against me were false. Of course, allegations of evidence from a thirdthe country that the FA announced were the reasons for leaving me It was clear that those I deal with are more concerned about my own image than the truth about what happened I will look at my position in this respect with my lawyers, but I hope Martin Glenn and Greg Clark to think about lack of leadership, oeto they showed, `said Allardyce. `We can confirm that the FA`s position on Sam Allardyce has not changed, he apologized for his behavior at the time, and we reached a mutual agreement that the two sides are happy with, ` the official statement of the association.
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