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Roy Hodgson is the manager of West Brom Football Club.

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Ten Spanish players including 'best player' Iniesta named in UEFA 'all-star' Euro squad
The Union of European Football Associations' (UEFA) technical studies group released the 23-man all-star squad of Euro 2012, which consisted of ten Spanish players, including 'player of the tournament' Andres Iniesta.

Hodgson says getting Three Lions fans 'to sing again' was biggest success of Euro 2012
England manager Roy Hodgson has said that winning back the support of England fans was his biggest success of the Euro 2012.

Italy's Buffon claims Premier League cheating England squad
Italy's football captain and goalkeeper Gianluigi Buffon believes the Premier League is cheating on the England national team.

Hodgson insists 'England must remain English' and not ape Spain ahead of Brazil 2014 World Cup
Three Lions' manager Roy Hodgson has insisted England must remain English and not try to ape World Champions Spain.

England boss Hodgson slams Capello's 'Scottish' jibe on Rooney as 'cheap'
England manager Roy Hodgson has defended striker Wayne Rooney, and described Fabio Capello's taunt against the Manchester United talisman as cheap.

Capello says Rooney only understands Scottish as he just performs under Ferguson
Former England manager Fabio Capello has given a scornful verdict on striker Wayne Rooney's performance for the Three Lions during the Euro Cup, claiming that the Manchester United talisman only understands Scottish as just performs for his club under his Scot manager Sir Alex Ferguson.

Hodgson says 'under pressure' Rooney didn't deliver for England in Euros
England manager Roy Hodgson has said striker Wayne Rooney failed to live up to expectations in the Euro Cup.

Hodgson blasts Three Lions' comparison to 'defensive' Italians
England Boss Roy Hodgson has rejected suggestions of his Three Lions team being as defensive as the Italians, after Italian journalists suggested the two teams are alike ahead of tonight's Euro 2012 quarter-final clash.

Medals mean more than money for England footballers: Hodgson
England manager Roy Hodgson has said that medals mean more than money to his players.

Ferdinand believes end of club-based groups in England team reason behind their 'unity'
Veteran defender Rio Ferdinand has said intense club rivalries used to disturb the unity of the previous England squads, but believes no such club-based groups exist in the Three Lions squad at present, which is the main reason behind their unity.

English footie fans swoon over fit Ukrainian babes
Kiev is home to the best looking girls in the world, and English fans taunted their Ukrainian rivals about it during their Tuesday's clash in Euro 2012, with the song 'You're s*** but your birds are fit.'

England squad going 'high tech' to 'zap' Italy in Euro quarters
England is taking the help of video technology to analyze the way Italy plays, and acquire knowledge about their weaknesses before their Euro Cup quarterfinal clash on Sunday in Kiev.

Dizzee and Corden remix anthem 'shout' song in quest of England Euro glory
Simon Cowell has rushed the release of a new song 'Shout', featuring singers Dizzee Rascal and James Corden to Saturday, to support the England football team ahead of their Euro Cup quarterfinal clash with Italy.

Music, mobiles back with a bang in England dressing room after lifting of Capello's ban
England manager Roy Hodgson has lifted former boss Fabio Capello's ban on playing music in the player dressing room.

'Optimistic' Rooney claims England would carry out its own 'Italian job' in weekend Euro showdown
Star footballer Wayne Rooney has hailed England's new-found unity, insisting that his team has the quality and conviction to inflict their own 'Italian job'.

Hodgson asks England players to sing 'God Save the Queen' before every Euro match
England manager Roy Hodgson has asked his players to sing the national anthem 'God Save the Queen' before every Euro Cup game, which would showcase their proud in flying the England flag.

Defender Bonucci says Italy fear England could beat them the 'Italian way'
Italy defender Leonardo Bonucci has admitted England could beat them with their own Italian way when they meet in Euro Cup quarterfinal on Sunday in Kiev.

Eriksson says not hiring shrink to decipher England's penalty conundrum biggest regret
Former England manager Sven-Goran Eriksson has admitted that not hiring a psychologist to solve his team's penalty conundrum during his tenure was his biggest mistake and he regrets it.

Hodgson preparing England for 'dreaded' penalty-shoot out ahead of Euro QF clash with Ital
England manager Roy Hodgson is preparing his Three Lions team for penalty a shoot-out ahead of quarter-final clash with Italy.

'Army of England fans' head to Ukraine to cheer Three Lions to glory
Thousands of England fans are heading to Ukraine to cheer the Three Lions team to glory in the Euro 2012.

'Sacking' Premier League managers worked well, claims study
A new study has shown that axing managers who aren't performing well can be a positive step for a football club.

Liverpool was close to going bust in 2010: Hodgson
West Bromwich Albion manager Roy Hodgson has revealed that Liverpool were on the verge of going bust during his troubled time there as manager.

Shearer rejects replacing Capello, backs Redknapp
Alan Shearer, who has yet to start work on his UEFA Pro coaching licence, has said that he should not be in the frame to be England boss when Fabio Capello steps down next summer.

Liverpool will be back to winning trophies sooner than later: Gerrard
Steven Gerrard has said that it is only a matter of time before Liverpool gets back to winning titles.

Dalglish vows to bring glory days back to Liverpool fans
Liverpool boss Kenny Dalglish has vowed to bring the glory days back to the fans who have been so desperate to see him back for good.

Hughes says he is in no rush to leave Fulham manager job
Fulham manager Mark Hughes has rejected rumours that he could leave the club at the end of the season.

Liverpool set to appoint Dalglish as permanent manager
Liverpool owner John Henry and chairman Tom Werner are expected to arrive at Merseyside before Sunday's Premier League game against Tottenham Hotspur to appoint Kenny Dalglish as the club's permanent manager.

Dalglish wants final say on all Liverpool transfer deals
Liverpool boss Kenny Dalglish wants a final say on all transfer deals taking place at the club.

Dalglish agrees to become Liverpool's permanent manager
Liverpool legend Kenny Dalglish has finally agreed to become permanent manager of the club.

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