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England have to raise their game, Gareth Bale is still the star man for Wales and Scotland are the penalty kings! Glenn Hoddle, Mark Hughes and Gordon Strachan on their country's chances at Euro 2020

A year later than planned, Euro 2020 finally kicked off on Friday. While England will be looking to lay to the rest the ghosts of 2016, Wales will be desperate to recreate the form that saw them reach the semi-finals. For Scotland, it's a first appearance at a major tournament...

Euro 2021 round table, Glenn Hoddle, Gordon Strachan and Mark Hughes: 'Pressure is all on England'

As the England, Scotland and Wales squads begin their final preparations for the European Championships, a trio of former managers of the three countries gathered together to assess their nation’s chances. Glenn Hoddle was England manager from 1996 to 1999, Mark Hughes was in charge of Wales between 1999 and 2004, while Gordon Strachan managed Scotland from 2013 to 2017. As a brains trust the one assembled in front of the Telegraph Sport at Betfair’s headquarters in west London would be hard to beat. And the first question put to the threesome was what they were most looking forward to over the coming weeks.
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There's NO place for Walker or Trippier for Rio Ferdinand, Michail Antonio's in for Glenn Hoddle and Joe Cole picks NINE defenders: Pundits select their England Euro 2020 squads and team (with Sterling at wing-back!)

With just over a week to go until Gareth Southgate names his England squad for this summer's Euros, excitement is high as opinions are voiced on who has to make the cut. The England boss has the luxury of selecting a 26-man squad this time, and he will reveal his picks on Tuesday 25 May. For England, the tournament gets underway against Croatia at Wembley on Saturday 13 June.

Tottenham 'are NOT a top six team at the moment' and need a 'rebuild', insists Glenn Hoddle... as club legend claims 'there's a hell of a lot of work that needs to be done' both on and off the pitch this summer

Tottenham legend Glenn Hoddle has insisted his former side are 'not a top six team' and are in need of a rebuild before they can challenge at the top again. It's been a frustrating year for the club who face an uphill battle to qualify for the Champions League and will finish the campaign without a trophy after their Carabao Cup final defeat to Manchester City.
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Glenn Hoddle and Rio Ferdinand fear for stumbling Leicester's top four chances amid a 'hangover' from last season's collapse... with both pundits backing West Ham and even Liverpool to storm through and snatch a Champions League spot

Glenn Hoddle and Rio Ferdinand have expressed their fears for Leicester's hopes of qualifying for the Champions League - with West Ham tipped to come through and finish in the top four. Leicester collapsed to a 4-2 home defeat against Newcastle United on Friday night and have a daunting final...
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Tottenham hero Glenn Hoddle: Club at a crossroads

Tottenham hero Glenn Hoddle says his old club faces a big rebuilding job. Hoddle has said that Jose Mourinho was sacked at the wrong time and that the team needs rebuilding. He told BT Sport ahead of Tottenham's defeat to Leeds today: "They're at a crossroads. Daniel Levy has done a wonderful job with the infrastructure at the club.
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'He won't get a better chance in ANY game of football, let alone a semi-final of the Champions League': 'Timid' Timo Werner's GLARING miss against Real Madrid 'sums up' the German's struggles in his first season at Chelsea, says Glenn Hoddle

Glenn Hoddle claims Timo Werner summed up his Chelsea career so far with his glaring miss against Real Madrid in the first leg of their Champions League semi-final. The Blues started the first half of the last-four tie brightly and were presented with an excellent chance to take the lead through Werner before the ten-minute mark after Mason Mount's run down the left.

Glenn Hoddle makes bold Chelsea and Liverpool Champions League claim

Glenn Hoddle believes Chelsea can 'go all the way' in the Champions League after reaching the semi-finals. The Blues progressed to the penultimate stage of the competition with a 2-1 aggregate win over Porto, losing 1-0 in the second leg but appearing largely comfortable, even with the late stunner from Mehdi Taremi.

Harry Kane WILL have the final word on his Tottenham career and can 'put his foot down and say he wants to go' to force huge summer move, insists Spurs legend Glenn Hoddle amid Man City and Real Madrid interest in England captain

Tottenham legend Glenn Hoddle insists only Harry Kane will decide where his future lies next season, even if Spurs chairman Daniel Levy insists he will not be sold. Kane is the hot topic of the football world right now, after recent reports emerged stating that the England captain will look to call time on his Spurs career this summer in order to strengthen his chances of winning silverware.