United Kingdom Football Association (FA), is rumored to Sky Sports, Wednesday (27/9/2016), has requested a description of national team manager to the United Kingdom, Sam Allardyce, linked the alleged involvement of the 61-year-old coach was indark business exchange players.
This issue came to light after The Daily Telegraph, claims to have a video recordingwhen Allardyce was being held a meeting with one of the businessmen about the transfer of players. However, it turns out that the businessman was one of the reporters concerned that media are conducting the investigation.
Allardyce is rumored to give illegal ways to evade the rules of ownership of players from third parties (Third Party Ownership). In fact, the former coach of Sunderland know anyone claimed that agents of players who can "play" the rules.
FA write off third-party ownership rules at the 2008-2009 season, then followed by FIFA in may 2015. The regulation is considered they injure the integrity of competition clubs contested the potential players.
Not only that, in the video conversation is also revealed, Allardyce had criticized theformer manager Roy Hodgson, United Kingdom. According to him, Hodgson has noability to for directing The Three Lions squad in the Euro 2016.
"He (Hodgson) can instead be making everyone fall asleep. Try notify Gary (Neville)to sit down and be quiet, so You can do what you want, "said Allardyce, the Telegraph was quoted as saying.
Allardyce also said, the decision of the FA issuing funds amounting to 870 million pounds to renovate Wembley Stadium are stupid. "They were supposed to get the money, isn't it?" said Allardyce.
"You know the FA is the richest Football Association in the world? Yes, I shouldn't have said it. They are not rich. What they do is make a big turnover in the world of football with a total cost of 325 million pounds, "said Allardyce.
Until this news was revealed, Allardyce is reportedly refused to comment.
Manchester City young players get an autograph of origin Spain, Brahim Diaz. 17 year old football player that agreed with the employment contract during the last 3 years into the future, with The Citizens became the first party reserves the right to offer extension of shelf-life.
The success of getting signatures Diaz, making Manchester City give a sense of remorse on Barcelona and Real Madrid. Earlier, the two giants Spain is already interested in the Junior Academy alumni hook Malaga.
El Barca and Los Blancos have done approach to the family, including providing scholarship school options. Alas, all the seduction ' broke up ' way after Diaz prefer costumed Manchester City.
Diaz joined Manchester City Football Academy on last season. Since joining, she was able to bring the new team reaching the Junior FA Cup final. The player plays thequarterback also scored while defending Spain U-17 national team in the semi-finals and finals of the Euro U-17 this year.
More special, Diaz shared Debuts melakoni already senior team Manchester City, while Swansea City meets at the League Cup, United Kingdom. "There's nothing moreuplifting in addition I could signed a professional contract along with Manchester City. The Club is one of the best teams in the world, and I shared my family happy to stay in Manchester, "body size, the Manchester Evening News (MEN), Wednesday (27/9/2016).
He admitted to signing a contract for 3 years forward into the realization of a dreamas long as it is in the mind. "I want to keep this dream in order to continue to grow,and I continue to have the opportunity to practice with the team," firmly Diaz.
For Manchester City, the success of the new tie Diaz, 17 years old, are increasingly giving a strong signal against the Policy Manager Josep Guardiola. The architect's team hopes to use more young players who come from the Football Academy Manchester blue.
In addition to Diaz, currently Manchester City have some players who are aged 20 or under. Call it bomber Leroy Sane (20), goalkeeper Angus Gunn (20), origin of the Spain Defender Jose Tasende (19), striker Kelechi Iheanacho (19), midfielders Aleix García (19), Tosin Adarabioyo (19) and central defender Cameron Humphreys (18).