The Football Association is desperately in search of someone who could change fortunes for the England Football team.
The English team has always been a star studded line up on paper from a long time with the likes of Wayne Rooney, Steven Gerrard, Frank Lampard, Jack Wilshere, Jamie Vardy and some other very well known players in the football arena across the world.
But football being a team game, the huge individual achievements of these players have never helped the side when it comes to playing together for the nation. History shows that they have failed to perform in big tournaments. They have failed to create chances on the field and have always lacked the big match temperament which has led to their downfall.
After the humiliating defeat against Iceland in Euro 2016 which was considered to be a cake walk for the England side before the match. But the fighting spirit and determination of the Iceland side took the better of Roy Hodgsonas side and as a result he decided to quit from the manageras job after this defeat.
A lot of questions arised for the Football Association (FA) with regards to the future of the national side.
Hull city boss Mr. Steve Bruce was considered by the association and was interviewed for the England Manageras Post by a three man Football Association ( FA ) Panel.
While on the other hand, the British Media strongly feels that the Sunderland Manager Sam Allardyce is the primary choice of the Association for this job, when the club confirmed about his talks with the FA.
As it is a very huge responsibility and the fate of the side depends on this decision, So the list does not end here. United States Manager Juergen Klinsman, Eddie Howe from Bournemouth and the former England Manager Glenn Hoddle is also said to be in talks with the Football Association ( FA ) for this important post.
So only time will tell who will be the next England Manager & can he change the fate of this struggling side?