As the nation celebrates the Queen's Diamond Jubilee, a reign of sixty years, a new tenure is taking place in England's national football team. Roy Hodgson's rule is only in its infancy - he hasn't even reached sixty days yet, but already the experienced manager has had to make a host of key decisions. With the European Championships less than a week away, it seems a good time to evaluate Hodgson's judgements and predict England's fate in the forthcoming tournament.
Posted on June 3, 2012 at 18:58
Just when we all thought we could start to move on from the Luis Suarez/Patrice Evra controversy, Kenny Dalglish has decided to re-address the issue. Asked if he was happy with how Suarez had played after coming on as a substitute against Tottenham on Monday night, the Reds manager couldn’t resist replying “he should never have been banned in the first place.” Sometimes, managers can be prompted by interviewers immediately after games, but Andy Burton wasn’t fishing for controversy. This was…Continue
Posted on February 7, 2012 at 1:36 — 17 Comments