JOSE MOURINHO has sympathy for Sam Allardyce and their close relationship will not alter after his embarrassing fall from grace as England manager, which saw him lose his job after just 67 days in charge. Allardyce was removed from his role as Three Lions boss by the Football Association on Tuesday after it emerged he used his position to explore the possibility of earning extra money on the side while also handing out advice on how to get around Football Association transfer rules. Allardyce admitted he’s paid the consequences for an ‘error of judgement’, but Mourinho has
said he respects the former England boss and feels sorry for a man that never got to lead his country out at Wembley after being given his ‘dream job’. Mourinho says he feels sorry for a man he ‘likes and respects’ after he lost the England job The 61-year-old was at the centre of the media’s attention outside his Bolton home ‘The only thing I can say is that I like Sam, I feel sorry for that because I know that was a dream job,’ Mourinho said as United prepare to take on Zorya Luhansk in the Europa League. ‘I feel very sorry for it. The second thing is what happened obviously is not going to interfere in any way
my relationship with him.’ It emerged Allardyce used his position to explore the possibility of earning extra money on the side while also handing out advice on how to get around Football Association transfer rules with regard to third-party ownership. ‘I like him and I respected him before and that isn’t going to change,’ Mourinho added. ‘This is between him and the FA. I have nothing to say.’ Allardyce’s sacking makes him the shortest-serving England manager of all time and means the FA are now on the search for what is their third boss this year. Allardyce was caught out by reporters posing as businessman


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