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Tag Archives: Roy Hodgson

Wayne Rooney Responds to Paul Scholes’ Criticisms

Posted on by Kartik Krishnaiyer
Rooney Key

Late last month Manchester United legend Paul Scholes discussed how he felt about Wayne Rooney’s role as the focal point of England’s attack. While speaking to reporters in Miami following England’s 2-2 draw with Ecuador on Wednesday, Rooney responded to … Continue reading

Mr. Hodgson Or: How We Learned To Stop Worrying And Blame The Manager

Posted on by Gaz Hunt

The manager has risen from club secretary to official face of the club since the creation of football teams worldwide. He has moved from the man that kept the record books to man that is larger than the football team … Continue reading

Gerrard Gives Liverpool And Rooney A Welcome Boost

Posted on by James Beckett

Steven Gerrard gave us all a timely reminder of his quality with a stunning hat-trick to help Liverpool overcome a stubborn Napoli side. Will this performance mark the general return to form of midfielder and could he be the inspiration … Continue reading

How To Get Fernando Torres Back In Form

Posted on by James Beckett

Roy Hodgson finally saw his Liverpool side climb out of the bottom three with a hard-fought win at Bolton. It certainly wasn’t easy for the Hodgson’s men as the hosts frustrated Liverpool for long periods only to be undone by … Continue reading

Liverpool Back On Track?

Posted on by James Beckett

There was finally some joy for Roy Hodgson after his Liverpool side gained a potentially vital victory over Blackburn at Anfield. While it might not have lifted Liverpool out of the bottom three, the result will certainly act as a … Continue reading

Liverpool Improve, But Why The Changes?

Posted on by James Beckett

Liverpool produced an improved display to gain a well earned 0-0 draw against Napoli. Reds boss Roy Hodgson opted to make a whole host of changes for the game, but his fringe players certainly impressed with notable performances from Jay … Continue reading

Problems Continue For Liverpool

Posted on by James Beckett

It might have been a good week for Liverpool off the field, but their on pitch woes continued with a woefully disappointing defeat at the hands of Merseyside rivals Everton. New owner John W Henry, who was in attendance at … Continue reading

Pressure Mounts On Hodgson

Posted on by James Beckett

Make no mistake about it; it’s been nothing short of a disastrous week for Liverpool. It started with a defeat at arch rivals Manchester United and ended with a disappointing home draw with Sunderland. Sandwiched in between the two Premier … Continue reading

Benitez Hits Back At Liverpool

Posted on by James Beckett

It’s already not been the best of weeks for Liverpool. A defeat at Manchester United is never easy to take, but now former manager Rafa Benitez has revealed some worrying information about the clubs hierarchy. Pressure on the decision makers … Continue reading

Torres: How Does Roy Solve A Problem Like Fernando?

Posted on by Michael Scallon

It is never surprising to hear Sir Alex Ferguson saying something ‘controversial’. Whether it’s emotional, pointless sniping at a beleaguered enemy or an attempt some kind of Jedi Mind Trick deployed to ‘psych out’ Liverpool and their players is up to you. An interesting … Continue reading

Idiotic Promise May Cause Future Trouble

Posted on by James Beckett

With Fabio Capello insisting that he won’t manage England past the 2012 European Championships, names are already been branded about as a possible successor to the Italian. But with the FA proudly boasting that their next manager will be English … Continue reading

Hodgson Transfers to Bring Liverpool Success?

Posted on by James Beckett

Fernando Torres returned to goal scoring form to give Liverpool’s season a much needed kick-start against West Brom. But will this be the start of a bright season for Roy Hodgson’s side or will the men from Merseyside disappoint once … Continue reading

Can Liverpool Challenge for Fourth?

Posted on by Michael Scallon

The last three permanent managers of Liverpool have all overseen a familiar pattern of events. Roy Evans, Gerard Houllier and Rafael Benitez all enjoyed moderately successful starts – Evans had a decent first full league season, Houllier a distant third … Continue reading

The Rebuilding Job That Faces Roy Hodgson at Liverpool

Posted on by Ayush Srivastava

With the departure of longtime club favourite Rafael Benitez, a lack of Champions League football and a hard rebuilding job with minimum cash influx in front of Roy Hodgson, it’s indeed a tough time to be a Liverpool fan as … Continue reading

Where Now For Fulhams Managerial Search?

Posted on by Paul Bestall

So it’s official, Martin Jol will not be leaving the Dutch giants of Ajax to take over at Craven Cottage. Despite Fulham’s courting of the likable Jol, Ajax’s chief executive Rick van den Boog flew back to deal with the … Continue reading

Joe Cole's Move: Great for Liverpool, Bad for Joe

Posted on by Patrick Dresslar

So the Londoner is off to Merseyside. In what has been a stale post-World Cup transfer cycle, where hearsay reigns supreme over any actual movement, this week saw the first eyebrow-raising move: Joe Cole to Liverpool. Eyebrow-raising because all summer … Continue reading

Roy Hodgson to be Named New Liverpool Manager: Good or Bad Decision?

Posted on by Gaz Hunt

Roy Hodgson’s possible move to Liverpool is, of course, still in the realm of speculation, however, multiple sources (including The Guardian and The Telegraph) have reported he will be named as early as Thursday as the new manager. With reports … Continue reading

World Cup 2010: Roy Hodgson Gives England A Timely Lesson

Posted on by Noel S. Williams

Just in time for the World Cup, Fulham manager Roy Hodgson showed England how to lose with dignity. That’s important because with history as the guide England will flatter to deceive in making the knockout stages, only to be humiliated … Continue reading