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False Alam

by | 20th, July 2004

‘FOR the past six years Nancy Dell’Olio has been Sven Goran Eriksson’s main strike partner.

Sven ponders playing three up front

Despite his brief flirtation with a very forward blonde from his native country, the nippy Italian has remained Sven’s first choice and has continued to play alongside the coach of England’s football team.

Nancy has, as she herself explained during a recent TV interview with Jonathan Ross, provided Sven with the good and regular service he needs to fire his bullets.

But yesterday’s rumours that he’s been trying out a new formation with a mystery brunette are today given substance by the Express, which has a shot of Faria Alam.

Seen wearing a brown dress and beige calf-length boots, the Express says Alam emerged from her office at the Football Association and ‘smirked in bemusement as she watched the media interest around her’.

Moving inside the FA’s headquarters in London’s Soho Square was Sven, who is described by one onlooker as having had a ‘face like thunder’ – or, as is his wont, a face like an overcast, grey, wet afternoon in Malmo.

But why should he worry? Sure, Nancy flew back from Rome on a private jet for emergency talks over her future, but he has done no wrong – not this time.

To prove his innocence, the Sun caught up with Ms Alam and asked her if the allegations that she and Sven had been training together behind closed doors were true.

‘There is absolutely no truth in this story,’ says Alam. ‘I have been shocked by the untrue allegations… I am taking legal advice because I can 100 per cent categorically deny any involvement with the England coach.’

If she were a footballer, Alam would be now kissing the badge of her current club and pledging her future to the cause.

Although, given that such a move is often a precursor to a high-profile transfer, we should not dwell on this analogy.’

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