Roy Hodgson


Raheem Sterling, Jordan Henderson and Roy Hodgson receive honours

England duo Raheem Sterling and Jordan Henderson have both been made an MBE in the 2021 Queen’s Birthday Honours, while former national team manager Roy Hodgson has received a CBE. Manchester City forward Sterling has been honoured for racial equality in sport, with Liverpool captain Henderson receiving an MBE for...
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Roy Hodgson joins panel of review into governance of English football

The panel for the government’s promised review into football governance is to meet for the first time on Monday, with the former England manager Roy Hodgson announced as its final member. Hodgson, 73, announced last week that he would retire from football following Crystal Palace’s final game of the Premier...

Roy Hodgson would have considered retiring at Liverpool

“It would have been a fitting end to my career.”. Roy Hodgson would have considered retiring at Liverpool if he had been given the opportunity to see out his contract. Hodgson lasted little over six months of his three-year contract with the Reds before club legend Kenny Dalglish came in for a season and a half.
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Roy Hodgson - a career in pictures and quotes

Roy Hodgson's spell as Crystal Palace manager comes to an end after Sunday's game against former club Liverpool. The 73-year-old, who has not decided whether to retire, has managed 16 clubs and four senior national teams in eight countries across 45 years. Here BBC Sport looks at some pictures and...

Football’s a battlefield, says ‘soldier’ Roy Hodgson

Roy Hodgson faces up to what could be the final game of his management career by admitting that he needed to be a “soldier” to survive in football. Hodgson takes charge of Crystal Palace for the 162nd and final time at former club Liverpool on Sunday after spending nearly four years at Selhurst Park.
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Roy Hodgson says Liverpool job could have been 'fitting end' as he prepares to leave Crystal Palace 10 years later

Departing Crystal Palace boss Roy Hodgson says his time as Liverpool manager over a decade ago could have been a "fitting end" to his career. After almost four years in charge of Palace, Hodgson will leave his role following the final match of the season against his former club at Anfield, live on Sky Sports, but has stopped short of saying he will retire from football.