What is Sam Allardyce’s net worth and how old is the ex England manager who was sacked by Everton?

SAM ALLARDYCE recently took charge of the England XI in Soccer Aid tonight as they faced the World XI at Old Trafford.

The match represented Big Sam’s first return to the touchline since he was sacked by Everton last month. Here is what you need to know about him…

 Sam Allardyce managed the England XI at Soccer Aid


Sam Allardyce managed the England XI at Soccer Aid

What is Sam Allardyce’s net worth?

According to the Daily Mail, Sam Allardyce’s net worth was around £10m when he was dismissed by England after just one match in September 2016.

But since then he took successfully took charge of Crystal Palace, helping the Eagles avoid relegation in 2017.

And his six-month spell at Everton brought him his biggest ever pay-off.

Allardyce had a £6m-a-year deal with the Toffees until summer 2019 but was acrimoniously dismissed a year early, with Marco Silva replacing him.

How old is Sam Allardyce and which clubs has he managed?

Sam Allardyce was born on October 19, 1954. He is 63 years old.

Allardyce’s first job saw him take charge of Irish side Limerick as player-manager in 1991.

A year later he was appointed caretaker at Preston, where he finished his playing career.

From 1994-96 he took charge of Blackpool, where he was sacked after losing to Bradford in the play-off semi-finals.

From 1997-99 he managed Notts County, who he led to promotion from Division Three before taking charge of Bolton, where he would make his name by upsetting the big boys time and time again.

In 2001, Bolton were promoted to the Premier League, with Allardyce beating his former club Preston in the play-off final.

Under his stewardship, Wanderers finished as high as sixth position, and qualified for the Uefa Cup twice.

In 2007, Allardyce left Bolton for an unsuccessful eight-month spell at Newcastle.

Returning to management with Blackburn, Big Sam consistently kept Rovers up before being controversially replaced by his assistant, Steve Kean.

Allardyce then moved to West Ham, who he got promoted from the Championship at the first time of asking.

After three years at the club, he was dismissed in 2014 and replaced by Slaven Bilic, before returing to the touchline and keeping Sunderland in the Premier League.

A 67-day spell with England followed before Big Sam was sacked for trying to land himself a keynote speaking deal in an undercover sting by the Daily Telegraph.

Since then, Allardyce has had short-term spells at Crystal Palace and Everton, successfully keeping both clubs in the Premier League.

Can Sam Allardyce rely on Flintoff, Farah, Murs and company to lead England to victory at Soccer Aid?


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