The most ridiculous reign of an England manager came to an end yesterday as Sam Allardyce resigned from his post in charge of the Three Lions.
Whilst the fallout from Big Sam’s unceremonious Wembley departure will be rumbling on for while, there’s little doubt the 61-year-old will represent an attractive option to Premier League teams.
With the prize of staying in the top flight so great these days, the mere notion of succumbing to relegation is enough to scare owners into making a decision.
Having saved Sunderland once already in his career, the Black Cats’ struggles under David Moyes and penchant for sacking managers could see him move back to Wearside.
Though Stoke City have introduced a more expansive style of play in recent years, their poor form under Mark Hughes shows little sign of slowing down.
West Brom, meanwhile, don’t seem to have much in the way of a harmonious relationship with Tony Pulis.
All things considered, where do you think Allardyce is most likely to end up?
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