During the first half of Leeds United’s crucial encounter with West Ham as Leeds struggle to avoid relegation from the Premier League, the camera caught a funny shot of the veteran coach of the team, Sam Allardyce.
As he stood on the coaches line directing his players, Allardyce found his £5 worth of work on the pitch, picked it up, then walked over to the fourth referee, and tried to put it in his pocket. , in a representation of a “corruption”. ” operation.
The fourth referee was surprised by Allardyce’s behavior and then laughingly “refused the bribe”, while Allardyce came back with the “change” laughing with his assistant coach.
The funny ‘corruption’ snapshot has spread across social media platforms, with some praising the coach’s cheerful spirit, despite the sensitivity of the game his side are playing.
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