Sam Allardyce claim he could turn Leeds United’s fortunes after the sacking of Jesse Marsch
Big Sam has been out of football management since his run at West Brom ended in 2021 after the club were relegated to the Championship.
Speaking on the No Tippy Tappy Football podcast, Allardyce has insisted that he would be interested in arriving at Elland Road if the Leeds hierarchy placed a call to him.
The former Everton, West Ham and Sunderland boss added that he “wouldn’t see any problem sorting” Leeds out if he became the new head coach.
“I’d have thought by now if they were interested in me, they know where I am, so call me,” Allardyce said.
“If someone called me I wouldn’t turn down going chatting about it, certainly not at Leeds United, but there has been no call, so before anyone starts any speculation, nobody from Elland Road has called me about the job in hand.
“I watched them against Man United and I wouldn’t see any problem sorting them out, from my point of view with my experience.”