Sam Allardyce has left his post as England manager by mutual consent with the Football Association.
The decision follows a newspaper publication in which the 61-year-old appeared to use his position to negotiate a £400,000 deal, while offering advise on how to circumvent rules governing player transfer.
He also appeared to have critisize the FA, as well as his England predecessor, Roy Hodgson and former England assistant, Gary Neville.
Allardyce’s 67-day reign as England boss is the shortest in the history of the position.
The FA in a statement described the former Three Lions manager’s conduct as inappropriate, while naming Gareth Southgate in temporary charge of the national team.