Tag Archives: Roy Hodgson

Redknapp has a point to prove at QPR

It’s difficult to tell who will be the most relieved party after QPR moved to replace Mark Hughes with Harry Redknapp in the most predictable managerial change of the season. …Redknapp knows that at 65, the opportunity to take over at QPR may be the last top-flight role in his career. He will also feel […]

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Gary Neville – TV Pundit

Presumably now those people who threatened to cancel their subscriptions when Gary Neville was appointed as Sky Sports’s main pundit have come to realise, whether they like to admit it or not, that if they can just detach themselves from the endless slog of club allegiances for a few moments and listen, without prejudice, there […]

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Is Rio past it?

As Gareth Bale brushed aside Rio Ferdinand to score Tottenham’s second goal during their famous win at Old Trafford, most football fans were beginning to understand why Roy Hodgson continues to ignore Rio for national team selection. The England boss is due to announce his squad for the upcoming World Cup qualifiers, and might have […]

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Is Cleverley the answer?

With Paul Scholes and Ryan Giggs edging closer towards retirement and players like Anderson not living up to their potential, Sir Alex has put his faith in the young midfield player to grow into the position by gaining first team experience amongst the more experienced players. England Manager Roy Hodgson has also been impressed with […]

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