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Sam Allardyce has spoken to FA about England coaching job

Sam Allardyce has spoken to FA approximately England coaching job

SUNDERLAND, England (AP) — Sunderland manager Sam Allardyce was given permission by the Premier League club to speak to the English Football Association approximately becoming the next coach of the national team.

The 61-year-old Allardyce requested to talk to the FA approximately replacing Roy Hodgson, Sunderland said Wednesday. He is the favorite with British bookmakers to take over as England coach.

''We want him to remain as manager of our football club,'' Sunderland said in a statement.

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Sam Allardyce has spoken to FA about England coaching job

Sam Allardyce has spoken to FA approximately England coaching job

SUNDERLAND, England (AP) — Sunderland manager Sam Allardyce was given permission by the Premier League club to speak to the English Football Association approximately becoming the next coach of the national team.

The 61-year-old Allardyce requested to talk to the FA approximately replacing Roy Hodgson, Sunderland said Wednesday. He is the favorite with British bookmakers to take over as England coach.

''We want him to remain as manager of our football club,'' Sunderland said in a statement.

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Sam Allardyce has spoken to FA about England coaching job

Sam Allardyce has spoken to FA approximately England coaching job

SUNDERLAND, England (AP) — Sunderland manager Sam Allardyce has spoken to the English Football Association approximately becoming the next coach of the national team.

Sunderland says in a statement that the Premier League club accepted the 61-year-old Allardyce's request to talk to the FA approximately replacing Roy Hodgson, whose contract expired after the European Championship.

Sunderland says the ''ongoing speculation over Sam's position is extremely damaging to Sunderland, particularly at this crucial time of the season, & we urge the FA to respect the disruption that this process is causing & bring approximately a swift resolution to the matter.''

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Sam Allardyce has spoken to FA about England coaching job

Sam Allardyce has spoken to FA approximately England coaching job

SUNDERLAND, England (AP) — Sunderland manager Sam Allardyce has spoken to the English Football Association approximately becoming the next coach of the national team.

Sunderland says in a statement that the Premier League club accepted the 61-year-old Allardyce's request to talk to the FA approximately replacing Roy Hodgson, whose contract expired after the European Championship.

Sunderland says the ''ongoing speculation over Sam's position is extremely damaging to Sunderland, particularly at this crucial time of the season, & we urge the FA to respect the disruption that this process is causing & bring approximately a swift resolution to the matter.''

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Ecuador name new FA president to replace disgraced boss

Ecuador name new FA president to replace disgraced boss

QUITO (Reuters) – Carlos Villacis was named head of the Ecuadorian Football Federation (FEF) on Tuesday to replace former president Luis Chiriboga, who has been under house arrest since December on money laundering charges, the association said.

Chiriboga was head of the organization for 18 years until being indicted in December as part of the FIFA corruption scandal. His indictment by U.S. officials led authorities in his homeland to order his house arrest while he faces money laundering charges.

Villacis, who assumes control of the FEF until 2019, said: "My promise is to work complex so that both the sports & administrative side remain at a high level."

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Soccer-Costa and Gabriel charged by FA after Stamford Bridge battle

Soccer-Costa & Gabriel charged by FA after Stamford Bridge battle

LONDON, Sept 21 (Reuters) – Chelsea striker Diego Costa & Arsenal's Gabriel have both been charged by the Football Association after incidents in Saturday's bad-tempered Premier League derby at Stamford Bridge.

The FA said on its website that Costa had been charged with an alleged "act of violent conduct" after television replays showed him catching Arsenal defender Laurent Koscielny with his arm in an incident not spotted at the time by the referee.

Brazilian defender Gabriel, who was sent off after tangling with Costa shortly after that incident, was charged with "improper conduct" following his red card.

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Soccer-Costa and Gabriel charged by FA after Stamford Bridge battle

Soccer-Costa & Gabriel charged by FA after Stamford Bridge battle

LONDON, Sept 21 (Reuters) – Chelsea striker Diego Costa & Arsenal's Gabriel have both been charged by the Football Association after incidents in Saturday's bad-tempered Premier League derby at Stamford Bridge.

The FA said on its website that Costa had been charged with an alleged "act of violent conduct" after television replays showed him catching Arsenal defender Laurent Koscielny with his arm in an incident not spotted at the time by the referee.

Brazilian defender Gabriel, who was sent off after tangling with Costa shortly after that incident, was charged with "improper conduct" following his red card.

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FA fine with Wembley as temporary home for Chelsea and Tottenham

FA fine with Wembley as temporary home for Chelsea & Tottenham

(Reuters) – Football Association chief executive Martin Glenn has backed plans by Chelsea & Tottenham Hotspur to use Wembley as their temporary home while their own stadiums obtain redeveloped.

Premier League champions Chelsea plan on increasing the capacity of Stamford Bridge to 60,000, a 500 million pound ($767.70 million) plan that would require a new home for at least two seasons.

Tottenham may moreover spend the 2017-18 campaign away as the seek to rebuild the White Hart Lane which will moreover host National Football League (NFL) games.

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FA fine with Wembley as temporary home for Chelsea and Tottenham

FA fine with Wembley as temporary home for Chelsea & Tottenham

(Reuters) – Football Association chief executive Martin Glenn has backed plans by Chelsea & Tottenham Hotspur to use Wembley as their temporary home while their own stadiums obtain redeveloped.

Premier League champions Chelsea plan on increasing the capacity of Stamford Bridge to 60,000, a 500 million pound ($767.70 million) plan that would require a new home for at least two seasons.

Tottenham may moreover spend the 2017-18 campaign away as the seek to rebuild the White Hart Lane which will moreover host National Football League (NFL) games.

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