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Fulham - Hodgson England Job Latest!

Now we`re not going to declare that the Football Association have seen sense and appointed (Sir) Roy Hodgson as the next England manager.

We`re simply taking a quick look at how the red-top press are already, even though Fabio Capello is still holding the position, lining up a replacement.

One red-top appears to be championing the case of Harry Redknapp and carries a few quotes from the Spurs manager which would seem to imply he`d be only to willing to jump off the domestic league ship.

But another appears to favour (Sir) Roy and has printed off the book-makers odds to support their case, with Roy installed as 5-2 favourite for the position with Harry lurking closely behind at odds of 3-1.

We`ll keep you informed of any developments!

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The Journalist

Writer: Andrew Joyce  Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Tuesday June 29 2010

Time: 5:00PM

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It'll be two weeks before the FA hand down the verdict on Capello. I hope we're not sitting here two weeks from now still waiting for a decision on Roy's future. Good or bad, I want this thing settled by Friday! Enough.
Teddy_KGB
both on a par with each other harry has a few skeletons in the closet and roy has some international experence it wont happen but the two together on a part time basiees could be tried after all we have tried every thing else the two best english brains with beckem to add a spark and have a manegeral team come we have to try something new and reverlouionery see vital england
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this will be the summer that never ends...
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