Forced to play by the rules
The recent scandal over Sven-Goran Eriksson's affair with Football Association secretary Faria Alam had some disgruntled football commentators baying for his blood. Despite this, the England manager kept his job. Simon Gilmour looks at why
Despite the media hype regarding the affair between England football manager Sven-Goran Eriksson and Football Association (FA) secretary Faria Alam, and the apparent view of the FA committee favouring his departure, Eriksson stayed in his job. But why?
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