Sam Allardyce Siblings
Sam Allardyce Siblings: Samuel Allardyce, also referred to as Big Sam, is an English football manager and former professional player. Discover Sam Allardyce siblings.
Sam Allardyce Biography
Sam Allardyce was born on October 19, 1954.
In September 2016, undercover Daily Telegraph reporters posing as businessmen recorded him offering to help them to get around FA third-party ownership rules and provisionally agreeing to a £400,000 contract. Following the Daily Telegraph investigation, Allardyce resigned as England manager in a mutual agreement with the Football Association on 27 September
He met his wife Lynne Ward while still a youth team player at Bolton Wanderers, and the pair married on 1 June 1974.
They have a son, Craig (9 June 1975), and a daughter, Rachael (21 April 1979).
In September 2006, he and his son, Craig, were implicated in a BBC Panorama documentary for taking bribes, allegations which they denied
Allardyce made 578 league and cup appearances in a 21-year career spent mostly in the Football League, as well as brief spells in the North American Soccer League and League of Ireland.
He was signed by Bolton Wanderers from Dudley Town in 1969 and spent nine years at Bolton, helping the club to win the Second Division title in 1977–78.
After leaving Bolton, where he only stayed for one season, he was signed by Sunderland. He then moved to Millwall, where he stayed for an additional two seasons.
He spent the 1980s as a journeyman player, spending time with Sunderland, Millwall, Tampa Bay Rowdies, Coventry City, Huddersfield Town, Bolton Wanderers (for a second spell), Preston North End, and West Bromwich Albion (also working as assistant manager). During this time he helped Preston to win promotion out of the Fourth Division in 1986–87.
Allardyce worked with Leeds chief executive Angus Kinnear at West Ham and would become the fourth Leeds manager this season, with Michael Skubala acting as interim head coach before Gracia's appointment.
Sam has been involved in football for nearly forty years, and as a result, his playing and managing income have allowed him to amass a sizeable net worth.
Sam Allardyce's net worth was around £10m when he was dismissed by England after just one match in September 2016.
am Allardyce has a £13.5 million total assets. He gained his wealth as an expert footballer and a director.
Does Sam Allardyce have siblings?
Yes, Sam Allardyce has a younger brother named Robert Allardyce. Robert is also involved in football as a coach and has worked as a youth coach at various clubs, including Bolton Wanderers, where Sam Allardyce had a successful stint as a manager.