Sam Allardyce in legal contact with FA and disputes claims which led to England sacking

4 October 2017, 09:47

Sam Allardyce disputes the claims which led to his sacking as England manager and remains in legal correspondence with the Football Association, Press Association Sport understan

Allardyce was sacked as the national team boss after just 67 days and one match, and a report in the Daily Mail on Tuesday claims he is preparing to sue the governing body for damages.

It is understood the FA has received and acknowledged a recent letter from Allardyce's camp but the organisation has not commented publicly.

Allardyce was understood to be deeply disappointed at his sacking and the events which led to it, but he returned to football management last season, keeping Crystal Palace in the Premier League before resigning in the summer.

On Tuesday it was revealed that Allardyce turned down the chance to manage Turkey.

Sky Sports News have contacted the FA - they have declined to comment.

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