Manchester United legend Eric Cantona threw his hat into the the ring to become England’s manager.
The England managerial position was vacated by Sam Allardyce who replaced Roy Hodgson following England’s performance at Euro 2016.
Sam Allardyce lasted 67 days and leaving on Tuesday by mutual agreement following an undercover sting by reporters of the Daily Telegraph which claimed he offered advice on how to bypass player transfer rules.
Eric Cantona, in a video posted on Youtube, brought up some interesting hilarious facts which previous England mangers failed to address as he made his plea.
He vowed that Harry Kane would never take crucial free-kicks and promised to bring Sir Alex Ferguson into the fold.
“I, Eric Cantona, future manager of England, promise never to lose against a small frozen island where the goalkeeper is a movie director and the assistant coach a dentist.”
“I, Eric Cantona, future manager of England, will pray to the gods of football to end the curse of the English goalkeeper.”
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Arsenal boss Arsene Wenger was asked by reporters about the possibility of him managing England to which he joyfully answered ”One day, if I’m free, why not?”
Mr Wenger is the longest serving foreign manager in England and the most successful, having won 15 trophies. He insists he is focused on the gunners and would only consider it when he vacates his current position.
Arsene Wenger’s contract is set to expire in the summer with all indications pointing at him staying.
England Under-21 boss Gareth Southgate takes temporal charge of the senior team for the next four matches.
Southgate alongside Crystal Palace manager Alan Pardew, Bournemouth boss Eddie Howe and ex Hull boss Steve Bruce has been mentioned as possible candidates.