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Sam Allardyce: Biggest problem for England is the Premier League

ESPN FC's Steve Nicol and Alejandro Moreno debate whether Sam Allardyce is the right fit for England.
Jose Mourinho feels Sam Allardyce is the right man for the England job, citing it will be a difficult task for anyone.
The ESPN FC crew weigh the pros and cons of Sam Allardyce as he looks set to take the England job.

Sam Allardyce has said that England are being held back by the Premier League ahead of his expected appointment in charge of the national side this week.

Allardyce, who is set to be made England manager, made the claim in an extract from a new book about the national team, "Fifty Years of Hurt," serialised in The Times.

The Sunderland boss was interviewed for the England position in 2006 but lost out to Steve McClaren.

Now, though, Allardyce is on the cusp of becoming the new national team manager...

 By PA Sport

Wales manager Chris Coleman: 2018 World Cup bid will be 'last hit'

Wales manager Chris Coleman wants his side to build on their shock semi-final run at Euro 2016.

Wales coach Chris Coleman has said the 2018 World Cup campaign will be his last in the job.

Coleman guided Wales to the Euro 2016 semifinals, where they were beaten 2-0 by Portugal, and he and his players were welcomed back to Cardiff by an estimated 200,000 people on Friday.

Coleman praised his players and the supporters for taking Wales to new heights, with his side having surpassed the 1958 team that reached the World Cup quarterfinals.

And the Wales manager rapidly turned his attention to the...

FA seeks talks to sound out Arsenal's Arsene Wenger for England - report

The ESPN FC crew discuss how Iceland's loss to France impacts perception of England's failure at Euro 2016.
The guys answer your questions about Louis van Gaal, France and Michy Batshuayi.

The Football Association (FA) wants to hold talks with Arsenal boss Arsene Wenger to find out whether he is interested in taking over as England coach next year, the Daily Telegraph has reported. 

Wenger has yet to rule himself out of the job after a week of speculation following Roy Hodgson's resignation, and the Telegraph reported on Thursday that the Frenchman tops the list of names that the FA wants to speak to.

The Frenchman is intent on remaining at Arsenal for the final year of his contract,...