Former England manager Roy Hodgson believes the FA should not have left Wayne Rooney to apologize alone for his late night drinking session last month. Rooney “unreservedly” apologized to interim England manager Gareth Southgate in mid-November...Show More Summary
Roy Hodgson insists he has been left scarred by his time as England manager after being knocked out of Euro 2016 by Iceland. The 69-year-old, who was in charge of the national team for four years, spoke for the first time about his dismissal...Show More Summary
England's players must be allowed to move on from the defeat by Iceland at Euro 2016, Roy Hodgson tells BBC Radio 5 live.
Former England manager Roy Hodgson hopes to return to football after stepping down following the national side's Euro 2016 exit.
Former England manager Roy Hodgson has revealed that he would make players repeat instructions back to him, having previously overestimated their understanding. Hodgson, who was manager of the national side from 2012 through 2016, resigned...Show More Summary
Kyle Walker speaking to the press ahead of England’s game against Malta. By Jack Martorana Thursday, October 6th, 2016 23:40 No ‘plan B’ for England at Euros Tottenham Hotspur full-back Kyle Walker has stated that England didn’t really have a ‘plan B’ at the Euros this summer. The 26-year-old has stated that he feels England have […]
After a disastrous Euro 2016 campaign, England fired its manager Roy Hodgson and turned to Sam Allardyce. After one game and less than 70 (...)
London (AFP) – England manager Sam Allardyce has been secretly filmed giving advice on how to circumnavigate transfer rules and mocking his predecessor Roy Hodgson’s voice, the Daily Telegraph reported on Monday. Allardyce, 61, was filmed...Show More Summary
Roy Hodgson could be set for a sensational return to West Bromwich Albion after Tony Pulis’ future at the club was thrown further into doubt. Pulis, who was hired at West Brom in January 2015 to help guide the club away from relegation,...Show More Summary
Harry Kane says he "had a bit of a laugh and a joke" with England manager Sam Allardyce about having to take corners under ex-boss Roy Hodgson.
Wayne Rooney and Jordan Henderson By Dov Rawson Monday, August 29th, 2016 17:09 Henderson to replace Rooney as England captain? Having taken over from Roy Hodgson following a woeful Euro 2016 tournament, Sam Allardyce today told reporters that he will name his England captain tomorrow. There were (unfounded) rumours spreading on Twitter that Liverpool captain […]
John Terry & England By Benjamin Newman Saturday, August 27th, 2016 21:44 John Terry & England On Sunday, new England manager Sam Allardyce will pick his first squad since taking over the Three Lions job from Roy Hodgson. In England’s first matches since their harrowing defeat to Iceland at Euro 2016, the national team take […]
Rooney lifts lid on England’s Euro 2016 fiasco Speaking to Martin Samuel of the Daily Mail today, Manchester United and England captain Wayne Rooney lifts the lid on the Three Lions’ spectacular failure at Euro 2016. England were infamously knocked out by minnows Iceland in the last 16 of the competition, and became the laughing […]
London (AFP) – Wayne Rooney has blamed England’s Euro 2016 humiliation on Roy Hodgson’s unsuccessful selection gamble. Hodgson made six changes for England’s final group match against Slovakia and the subsequent goalless draw cost England first place in their group. Show More Summary
Big Sam, England Manager Big Sam Allardyce gave his first press conference as England manager today, having been announced as Roy Hodgson’s successor by the FA last week. The former Bolton, Newcastle, Blackburn, West Ham and Sunderland boss looked like the cat that got the cream as he sat proudly in front of the press. […]
London (AFP) – Sam Allardyce said Monday that he was “very proud” to be named England manager and felt confident that he “fitted the chair”. The 61-year-old Englishman — who succeeds Roy Hodgson, who stepped down after England lost to...Show More Summary
Gary Neville & Roy Hodgson during England’s humiliating defeat to Iceland A disastrous season for Gary Neville Former Manchester United full back Gary Neville experienced a disastrous campaign in 2016/2017 despite some more excellent work on Sky Sports, particularly on Monday Night Football. Neville failed dismally as Valencia coach before playing his role in England’s […]
After the disappointment of Euro 2012, World Cup in 2014 and Euro 2016, Roy Hodgson’s position as England manager had become untenable. If anything, he had been given too long a rope. The team’s tactics were confused and difficult to fathom. Show More Summary
Former Sunderland boss Sam Allardyce has been named as England manager by the Football Association (FA). Allardyce becomes the permanent successor to Roy Hodgson after he resigned following England’s Euro 2016 exit at the last-16 stage. The 61-year-old’s first game in charge will be a 2018 World Cup qualifier against Slovakia on September 4.