The 61-year-old saw his contract terminated by mutual agreement with the
Football Association on Tuesday, after barely two months as manager and just one
match in charge.
Former Bolton, Newcastle and Sunderland boss Allardyce was caught out by
undercover Daily Telegraph reporters, making a host of controversial remarks
including expressing his views on the outlawed practice of third-party
ownership, suggesting there was a way to "get around it".
hypervenom phontam FA chairman Greg Clarke and chief executive
Martin Glenn decided after a day of talks that Allardyce could not stay on, and
the manager agreed he had to cut short his dream job, destroying his hopes of
leading the team to the 2018 World Cup.
legend v Shearer told BBC Radio 5 Live: "I'm angry, I'm sad, I'm
staggered at the misjudgement from a guy who openly admitted that it was his
dream job. I'm angry at the whole situation.
"I didn't think England could stoop any lower from what happened in the
summer in the Euros (losing) to Iceland. And now, here we are. We're a laughing
stock of world football."
Shearer added: "He wanted that job so badly, so to make such a huge error so
early into the job, then you can't look at anyone else but yourself."
Allardyce appeared willing to pursue a £400,000 deal to address investors in
the Far East, when he spoke to the undercover reporters who were posing as
Asked if there is a problem with money in the English game, Shearer added:
"Yeah, we've got a problem. It's greed, isn't it.
obra cheap "There's so much money in our game and it staggers that
people demand and ask for more – that's the situation we're in I'm afraid. It's
not a nice situation.
"We have to handle that now, we have to deal with it in the right way. We
have to be able to accept people laughing at us. As I said, I think England are
now a laughing stock."
England Under-21 boss Gareth Southgate takes over the seniors for a four-game
run as the FA considers who should take the job on a full-time basis.
Ferdinand told BT Sport: "I think the rest of the football community around
the world will just be laughing at us. It just feels like it's become a comical
event, the England manager's role.
"This is the man who was probably the most vocal about getting the England
job, the most passionate outwardly about getting the England job, but
unfortunately he's backed the FA into a corner and they've had to act because of
"Like we've said before, naivety seems to be the word that's coming up more
than anything and it's just disappointing for English football more than
superfly v black Former England manager Glenn Hoddle, who lost the
job in 1999 for comments he made about disabled people, thinks the FA have made
the right move.
Hoddle told BT Sport 3: "They're probably in shock. They've got to settle
themselves down. They've done the right thing, they've made the decision."
The 58-year-old former England playmaker added: "With the ins and outs of it
all today and yesterday, they've come to that agreement pretty quickly, the FA,
and I think that's what was needed in some ways.
"We come out of the Euros on a real low and Sam was given the job. And you
think, right, everyone's got to pull together, look forward and go forward.
That's been pulled from under ourselves and we've got to pick ourselves up and
Gareth takes over for four games and we'll see what happens there.
"I think if Gareth does