Star coach to go to jungle camp
A former English national coach could soon move into the jungle camp.The transmitting broadcaster lures the coach with a large sum of money.
Will a former English national coach soon eat insects and have to swim in the mud?
As Sun reports, star trainer Sam Allardyce is to move into the English version of the jungle camp.
The bosses of the transmitting broadcaster ITV apparently offer the 62-year-old a six-figure sum so that he can move into the Australian bush.
“That’s not a rumor.They have been in contact with him several times to get him to sign,”explained a source close to the trainer,”You are absolutely sure that he would be a fantastic character for the jungle camp.He would be terrific, you can imagine.”
Allardyce was appointed coach of the “Three Lions” in July 2016, but had to take his hat off after only one game.In a staged meeting with Daily Telegraph journalists,”Big Sam” told supposed investors from the Far East tips on how to circumvent trainer rules and described the English FA association as “stupid”.
He is also said to have signed a consultancy contract for £400,000.The FA then dismissed him after only 68 days.
From December to May 2017, the 62-year-old Crystal Palace coached in the Premier League.
According to the spring, Allardyce could well imagine a stay in the jungle camp, but his family still has doubts.The star coach is married and has two children.
In November the TV station will announce the participants at “I’m a Celebrity – Get Me Out of Here”.