Hawthorns man is apparently the only manager the FA have in mind for the vacant position.
Roy Hodgson approached by FA over England manager’s job
West Bromwich Albion have granted the Football Association permission to talk to Roy Hodgson about the vacant England manager’s position.
Hodgson, 64, has already spoken with FA chairman David Bernstein about replacing Fabio Capello.
Bernstein said: “Roy is the only manager we have approached and we remain on course to make an appointment within the timescale we set out.
“Further conversations will now take place with Roy.”
SOURCE: BBC Sport
Whilst it is true that it would be unfair to judge Roy Hodgson on his poor spell at Anfield it should also be placed on record that whilst the 64 year old Croydon born manager has had a varied career spanning a number of countries, he has also very little to show for his 36 year long managerial career in terms of tangible success.
Hodgson tasted success in Sweden and Denmark but his record in the Premier League is patchy at best.
In terms of his record on the national team stage Hodgson did do well as Switzerland boss between 1992 and 1995 but was not so successful with the United Arab Emirates.
Do fans of the English national team really feel that the West Brom boss is the man for the job?
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