Gareth Southgate will take charge of the next four games after the newspaper allegations
Allardyce has received messages of support from a number of figures within the game
Twenty years on, Southgate is still defined by the missed penalty against Germany at Euro 96 and the image of him being consoled by Terry Venables
In politics we have laws, institutions and regulations to curb conflict and excess in public life. We just don’t know how prevalent such views and dubious practices are in our national game
Current or former Premier League managers are alleged to have been involved in receiving illegal payments known as bungs
Further revelations in The Telegraph have exposed an investigation over an alleged payment made directly to Allardyce during his time at West Ham
Allardyce appeared to tell journalists about how to “get around” third party transfer regulations
Sam Allardyce's resignation as England manager comes just 67 days after he was appointed following the humiliating Euro 2016 campaign
Allardyce leaves the role just 67 days after his appointment, having taken charge of one game
In terms of rule-breaking, the FA cannot justify the 61-year-old’s dismissal on the evidence of the footage published by the Telegraph
The Football Association and Allardyce mutually agreed to terminate his contract following conduct judged to be 'inappropriate of the England manager'
The Football Association are understood to be furious at the damage caused to the organisation’s reputation by the England manager’s actions.
The former West Ham United and Sunderland manager appeared to advise businessmen claiming to be from the Far East on how to “get around” regulations
The pair famously clashed on the side-lines during Allardyce’s spell as West Ham United manager
Sam Allardyce is reportedly close to being sacked as the England manager after only one game in charge.
While Allardyce has been foolish and somewhat reckless, he does not deserve to be sacked, writes Mark Ogden