Allardyce Renamed The WIFI At St George's Park
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He may have parted ways with the England national team in less than ideal circumstances, but Sam Allardyce certainly left his mark at St.George's Park during his brief, 67 day stint as manager of the Three Lions.
It wasn't the former Sunderland boss' decision to brandish 'the journey begins here' slogans across the training base that was most notable about his two month long stay at Burton, but rather the way in which he rechristened the WIFI.
'BIG SAM'S OFFICE' may no longer be detectable at St.George's Park, but it will live long in the memory, no matter how many entrapment scandals he becomes immersed in. While Gareth Southgate may yet prove to be a fine choice as interim manager, following Allardyce's dismissal, we can't imagine he'll be as bold as to name the WIFI 'BIG GAZ'S PAD' or anything of the sort.
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"My wifi name? It's just 'BT Hub2976541. Why?" (Image credit: PA Images)
Allardyce is rumoured to be targeting a move to America in the near future, with a potentially lengthy ban awaiting him in England once the FA review all the evidence The Telegraph provide them with from their undercover investigation. The former West Ham manager spent the Summer of 1983 with the Tampa Bay Rowdies and is keen on a return to the US.
(H/T The Daily Mail)