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Sam Allardyce Names Everton's League Target & Responds to Barkley & Kone Rumours

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Epic Marco Silva's hit back at Sam Allardyce

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Watford boss Marco Silva has hit back at Sam Allardyce after the Everton manager claimed that the Portuguese's track record "has got no comparison" with his own.

Sam Allardyce filmed advising on how to evade transfer rules - report

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England manager Sam Allardyce has been filmed advising undercover journalists on how to circumvent rules against third-party ownership, according to the Daily Telegraph.

Sam Allardyce refused to confirm Wayne Rooney will be his choice for England captain

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Sam Allardyce refused to confirm Wayne Rooney will be his choice for England captain during a first press conference since his appointment.

Klopp warns Liverpool of Sunderland response

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Jurgen Klopp predicts Sunderland will be determined to exorcise their recent troubles when they host Liverpool on Wednesday night. 

Sam Allardyce’s men have shipped a combined seven goals in their last two Premier League encounters, away to Chelsea and Manchester City respectively. 

Sam allardyce: José's,exit a big loss to football

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Jose Mourinho's exit from Chelsea is a "big loss" for English football, according to the Sunderland manager Sam Allardyce.
Mourinho, 52, left Chelsea by "mutual consent" on Thursday afternoon, with sources telling ESPN FC earlier in the week that club officials had been in discussions after a 2-1 defeat at Premier League leaders Leicester City on Monday night.
The Portuguese coach has departed the club seven months after lifting the title, earning just 15 points from their first 16 league games to leave them 16th place in the table -- one point above the relegation zone.

Sunderland players must deliver to earn new contracts

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Sam Allardyce will put contract renewals on the back burner until Sunderland have secured their Premier League status.Three senior players in Sunderland’s squad - Steven Fletcher, Danny Graham and Adam Johnson - currently face the prospect of leaving the Stadium of Light for nothing when their deals expire next summer, with no talks yet to take place over extending their tenures."Until we get out of trouble, there won’t be any serious contract negotiations, I wouldn’t think"
Striker Fletcher has notably begun to find some form over recent weeks, with the Scotland international netting twice in his last three Premier League games.But Sunderland boss Allardyce says new contracts have to be used as an incentive, to give those players an extra reason for helping the Black Cats beat the drop.Allardyce told the Echo: “I think Fletcher’s contract situation comes into play, in terms of he has to make sure that we sit down and give him one.“That’s the same as all the other players out…
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