West Ham boss still eager for top job

Allardyce is still keen to land the England jobWest Ham United manager Sam Allardyce has reiterated his desire to become the next England manager.
Big Sam has always dreamed of being in charge of the Three Lions, and maintains the belief that he has the ability to lead them to glory.

He came close to landing the job in 2006, but the F.A instated Steve McClaren instead. However following Fabio Capello’s imminent departure after the Euro 2012 finals, Allardyce feels that it may be his time to take control.

“I have to be on top of my game when they start thinking about who is going to replace Fabio,” he revealed
“If I am on top of my game with West Ham United I might get considered.”

Allardyce also insists that West Ham are fully focused on promotion back to the Premier League this season.
“I think we will and should be around the two promotion places by the end of the season and that is putting pressure on myself and everyone,” he continued.

“But that is how we see it and we have to learn and deal with that pressure because of the club we are and for the fans at Upton Park.”
The Hammers boss also backs the clubs proposed move to the Olympic Stadium, stating that it would benefit them the most.

“The prospect of speaking to a player of the highest quality to come and improve West Ham, taking them to the Olynmpic Stadium would be a massive benefit,” he said.
“The players Man City have now, would they have been attracted to Maine Road? I don’t think so as Eastlands is a wonderful venue.”

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