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Sunderland boss Sam Allardyce is set to be confirmed as England manager on Thursday, according to Sky sources. Sky Sports News HQ understands the 61-year-old will be ratified as Roy Hodgsons replacement during Thursdays two-part FA board meeting in London, which is due to start at 10am. How England made decision Who picked Sam Allardyce as manager and why? Sunderland responded on Wednesday night with a statement that Allardyce was still in charge at the Stadium of Light, and he was in the dugout for the first half of their friendly with Hartlepool. They said they shared in the anger and frustration of our supporters but Sky Sports News HQ understands David Moyes is already being lined up as a replacement for the former Bolton and West Ham boss. Sunderland for Moyes Sunderland in talks with David Moyes to replace Big Sa Allardyce and Hull manager Steve Bruce emerged as the two main candidates to take over from Hodgson, with both having spoken to the Football Association over the last week. Chief executive Martin Glenn said the FA are looking for a long-term England boss and not a short term mercenary Allardyce was in the running to become England manager 10 years ago but lost out when Steve McClaren was appointed.FA chief executive Martin Glenn revealed that the 12-man FA Board would be updated with details of the manager search at Thursdays meeting. There will also be discussions over who will replace chairman Greg Dyke who is standing down after three years. Former Bolton captain Kevin Davies thinks Sam Allardyce will bring a winning mentality, pride and passion to the England job Glenn, vice chairman David Gill and technical director Dan Ashworth were given the job of recommending a new manager in the wake of Hodgsons departure at the end of Englands Euro 2016 campaign. What of Englands DNA? England to appoint Sam Allardyce: Time for the FA to stop DNA talk? Hodgson stood down after the 2-1 defeat by Iceland in the last-16 tie in France.Its been three weeks since the hunt started and were making good progress, said Glenn. Were clear about what were looking for and weve interviewed a handful of people. Roy Hodgsons four-year reign as England boss ended after the Euro 2016 defeat by Iceland Were after the best man for the job and weve got to get that right. Weve got to have covered all of the alternatives before we make our decision.Everyone we have spoken to about the job has been massively enthusiastic. We dont want a short-term solution for a couple of years, we want someone to work alongside the development teams in terms of giving them a ladder.England play their opening 2018 World Cup qualifier against Slovakia in September. Also See: How England made the decision What of Englands DNA? England fixtures Roy Hodgson bids farewell Fake Yeezy Boost 380 Cheap . Donald Young lost in straight sets to Israels Dudi Sela 6-3, 6-0. Querrey, ranked No. 61, is the second-highest ranked American, ahead of Johnson (64). Balenciaga Speed Trainer Cheap . 5 Trade Deadline is drawing closer and teams will be deciding on whether to buy or sell. Omar Rahou made the discriminatory gesture several times while celebrating scoring a goal against Romania at Antwerp in January, UEFA said. The sanction was double the five-match ban Nicolas Anelka received from an English Football Association independent tribunal last week for the same act. 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Following the game, George told reporters he "blacked out" and had blurred vision when he was hit in the back of his head by Wades knee -- descriptions team doctors said they were unaware of when George returned to the court. Based on those descriptions and further examination Wednesday, team doctors said George would be subject to the leagues concussion protocol. "There is a minimal contact requirement that hes got to do and be tested afterward," Vogel said, referring to NBA rules governing medical clearance. George took shots Thursday and made a dunk before leaving the court. He was not available to reporters following practice. Vogel made it clear that George only did light work and that he wasnt sure if the Pacers would have their top scorer for Game 3 -- or even who he would put in the starting lineup if George couldnt play. In fact, Vogel said, the Pacers might not know that answer until Saturday. "We are preparing for both (possibilities)," Vogel said. "I think we have guys that can fill in, certainly not play at Pauls level. But we would have to adjust the end result at the time, and Im sure we will be able to do that." The NBAs concussion policy states that once a player is diagnosed, he needs to be "held out of all activity until he is symptom-free at rest" and until neurological signs return to normal.dddddddddddd George will have to go through tests of increasing exertion before being cleared. The Pacers star remained face down after a play that resembled more of a football tackle than a scramble for a loose ball. Wade also remained down before limping to the bench. Georges teammates said they never imagined he had a head injury. "I know he fell. I thought he hit his face, but like I said he was cool," power forward David West said. "I didnt know he was hurt." Following a timeout, George and Wade both returned to the floor and finished the game. That prompted questions about whether Pacers doctors should have been more cautious with George and whether players are honest with team doctors in similar situations. The NBA said Indiana followed league policy. Point guard George Hill went through a similar experience in last years Eastern Conference semifinals against New York, missing Game 5 before returning for Game 6. Hill said he believes Georges return to practice, albeit limited, was an "encouraging" sign that George might play Saturday. Hill said the toughest tests he had to pass were on the treadmill and on the court. But he doesnt believe George provided incorrect information to the doctors so he could continue to play. "He was honest at the time, he didnt feel anything until after and I think in that case your adrenaline is pushing so high that you just dont really realize until you actually sit down," Hill said. "I think he was very honest as to how he felt. I think our training staff did a great job asking questions." 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