Former England striker Alan Shearer says the national team are at "rock bottom" following the departure of manager Sam Allardyce after only 67 days.
Former England boss Sam Allardyce says "entrapment has won" after newspaper claims led to him stepping down as manager of the national side.
BBC Sport looks back at some of the shortest managerial reigns in football, following Sam Allardyce's departure as England manager after just one match in charge.
The latest from Wednesday's regional newspapers, with Daniel Sturridge linked with a move away from Liverpool.
The League Managers Association (LMA) is "extremely concerned" by newspaper allegations that Premier League managers have received "bungs" for player transfers, it said on Wednesday.
The LMA says it is "extremely concerned" after the Daily Telegraph claimed eight current or ex-Premier League managers have taken bribes.
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Allardyce speaks of sadness at losing England job to ‘entrapment’ Daniel Taylor: Arrogant clot but did this really merit ditching Allardyce? Dyke: England manager must be whiter than white like Hodgson Email firstname.lastname@example.org or tweet: @NickAmes82 12.49pm BST More seriously, here’s…