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Fulham - Ex-England Boss in the Frame!

Fulham - Ex-England Boss in the Frame!

The latest name to be thrown into the ring as a possible successor to Roy Hodgson is a surprising one.

With Sven Goran Eriksson, Mark Hughes, Alan Curbishley, Tony Mowbray and Danny Murphy having already been mentioned, a certain Glenn Hoddle is now being mentioned as a suitable candidate.

Hoddle comes with a good managerial background having worked in both the domestic and international arenas. In recent years though Hoddle has been working, in Spain, at his soccer school whereby those young professionals that find themselves discarded are coached in the hope of finding a second chance elsewhere.

What`s the consensus of opinion with regards to Glenn Hoddle taking charge?

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Writer:Andrew Joyce
Date:Friday July 2 2010
Time: 5:00PM

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Risky. He's been out of management for a while. Rather have Hughes.
Teddy_KGB
02/07/2010 18:36:00
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Best he stay in Spain with his soccer school. Mark Hughes is my man
rebmooc
02/07/2010 19:21:00
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another vote for hughes
Oldwolf
02/07/2010 22:31:00
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Stand up if we believe.....in Hughes!!!
Leonestar
03/07/2010 00:44:00
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would be nice to have a high profile manager but dont rule out lewienton or even murphy
truth sayer ffc
03/07/2010 11:21:00
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NO ONE HAS MENTIONED SOUTHGATE AS YET AND MR COLEMEN IS OUT OF WORK HA HA
truth sayer ffc
04/07/2010 11:46:00
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