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Hodgson told that St George's Park will hold key to England future

by Tarah Brady (2020-05-13)


England manager Roy Hodgson, who is desperately keen to stay in charge until the 2018 World Cup, will have to fully buy into the FA's St George's Park set-up to do so. It is understood that working in tandem with SGP-based FA technical director Dan Ashworth, who oversees all England matters under the senior squad, will form part of any new contract for Hodgson or his successor. Hodgson and his players have given the strong impression they don't like spending much time at the isolated Staffordshire complex, where they will be based for only three nights during three weeks on home soil building up to Euro 2016.  Roy Hodgson must buy into the FA's vision surrounding St George's Park if he is to continue as England boss The FA are happy for Hodgson to remain living in London for two more years at the helm provided he has a good working relationship with former West Brom colleague Ashworth, who is building his own coaching empire at SGP.

BOCORAN ANGKA SINGAPURA SENIN 06 MEI 2019Hodgson said on Monday he squad like going to SGP but circumstances sometimes makes it difficult. He also mentioned what he regards as a key development issue for England's junior sides — bringing through much-needed left-sided central defenders.  RELATED ARTICLES Previous 1 Next Gary Lineker annoyed over Jamie Vardy snub as Leicester City... Jerome Valcke's flights of fancy prove a point... his... Jose Mourinho coy over Manchester United job as former... Chelsea want at least £50m a year from new kit sponsor after...

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