Roy Hodgson

Roy Hodgson

Roy Hodgson is the man currently charged with leading England to glory at a major tournament. The vastly experienced gaffer has worked all over Europe, with the likes of Inter Milan, Fulham and Copenhagen. He was appointed England manager in May 2012, replacing Fabio Capello at the helm after the Italian sensationally quit in February.

Hodgson's immediate focus was the European Championships in Poland & Ukraine. England won Hodgson's first match in charge, which was a 1-0 win away to Norway. Hodgson then guided The Three Lions to the quarter-finals of Euro 2012, following group stage wins against Sweden and Ukraine, alongside a draw with France. However, Hodgson experienced the same fate as numerous England managers before him after his side lost on penalties to Italy.

Hodgson will now be expected to guide England to World Cup 2014. They have been placed in Group H, alongside Ukraine, Poland, Montenegro, Moldova and San Marino.

Latest World Cup 2014 Odds

Teams Managed

Team Years Played Won Drawn Lost Win %
Halmstads BK 1976 - 1980 130 52 45 133 40.00
Bristol City 1982 20 3 5 12 15.00
IK Oddevold 1982          
Örebro SK 1983 - 1984 48 24 15 9 50.00
Malmö FF 1985 - 1989 110 68 28 14 61.82
Neuchâtel Xamax 1990 - 1992 72 29 27 16 40.28
Switzerland 1992 -1995 41 21 10 10 51.22
Inter Milan 1995 - 1997 86 38 25 23 44.19
Blackburn Rovers 1997 - 1998 62 22 18 22 35.48
Inter Milan 1999 3 2 1 0 66.67
Grasshoppers 1999 - 2000 36 14 12 10 38.89
FC Copenhagen 2000 - 2001 35 18 12 5 51.43
Udinese 2001 17 7 5 5 41.18
United Arab Emirates 2002 - 2004 17 4 6 7 23.53
Viking 2004 - 2005 38 16 10 12 42.11
Finland 2006 - 2007 22 6 11 5 27.27
Fulham 2007 - 2010 128 50 32 46 39.06
Liverpool 2010 - 2011 31 13 9 9 41.94
West Bromwich Albion 2011 - 2012 54 20 13 21 37.04
Grand Total 959 414 287 258 43.17