Allardyce did a superb job at Sunderland last season.

Sunderland's Sam Allardyce dances to Rihanna while on holiday in Marbella

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After miraculously steering Sunderland to survival in the Premier League last season, you can hardly blame Sam Allardyce for celebrating the triumph in style.

The former Bolton and West Ham manager faced an almighty task to stop the Black Cats from being relegated after replacing Dick Advocaat in the hot seat, yet that’s exactly what he did.

Sunderland left it late, of course, but a flurry of results saw them pip rivals Newcastle United and Norwich City to safety.


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An incredible feat, I think you will agree - and it seems Allardyce feels the exact same.

So much so that footage has emerged of the 61-year-old hilariously dancing to Rihanna’s 'We Found Love’ in Marbella (see below).

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Wow. Just… Wow.

Safe to say Allardyce is having the time of his life, throwing his best shapes in a suit he probably wears to the Stadium of Light on match days.

And it's no wonder he decided to let his hair down after Sunderland secured safety with a convincing 3-0 victory over Everton earlier this month.

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Allardyce is a renowned character, but seeing him in this light is unlike anything seen before from a Premier League manager - except for Roberto Martinez, of course.

The summer transfer window clearly isn’t his priority at the moment, even if Sunderland’s bid to avoid relegation next term hinges on reinforcements being made.

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