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Allardyce Interested In Managing US National Team

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"If I ever go back into football, an international position again might be of interest to me," he said. "Whether that is the USA, who knows.

"If we got to that stage where we there was an interview, you would assess whether you have a chance of being successful with that national side and, if you do, is that a better challenge for me at this stage of my life?"

 

https://talksport.com/football/exclusive-sam-allardyce-rules-out-becoming-leicester-boss-admits-usa-job-interest#zqg56YFyJPTkcyx0.99

 

Yedlin might be able to get throw ins into the box under Big Sam :ph34r:

 

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Please let this happen.

I want to hear the Americans moan about 'punting it forward' and see how confused they get hearing the words 'get it in the mixer'.

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Allardyce's obsession with statistics, playing the percentages and turning everything into data probably makes him tailor made for US Sport.

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Is the US national team interested in managing Allardyce though? 

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Allardyce interested in earning $$$ from US FA.

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This seems like a good fit tbh.

The yanks love a cocky Pom. And I could just see Allardyce bossing it in post-match interviews ranting about how many "P.K's" they should have had.

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The United States do surely realise it's a systematic problem rather than a manager? 

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