BBC Sport - Football - Roy Hodgson in line to become new Liverpool manager
Interesting. Rate Hodgson highly myself. Would be nice to see him with a big club competing in major competitions.
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Hodgson would be a good choice without a doubt. Hope he doesn't end up there though. Am quite happy seeing Liverpool toil and struggle for a bit longer. Would rather see him stay with Fulham.
Yeah I like Hodsgon, one of the more likable managers around but Liverpool are just Ugh.
Hodgson would be a **** choice, I hope it doesn't have it. Is not near the kind of caliber needed to win the title. I am praying for Bielsa.
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Hodgson is actually very widely respected around Europe (particularly Italy) as a top coach, he would do a good job for most sides to be honest.
I would rather Bielsa since we'd adapt well to his pressing game and that maybe we'll see the best of many players in such an ultra-attacking approach.
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Didn't he coach at Inter in the 90s or am I just talking out of my hairy rear end?
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He did for a short stint. The UEFA cup final is probably the highest he's ever been in terms of success. Again, too small of a coach. I mean, you never know, but for a club with our ambitions it is a huge step back to be talking about the likes of Hodgson.
Hodgson would be a very sound appointment right now. Whatever 'ambitions' Liverpool might have they are in a pretty uncertain position off the field at the moment and have just had a very poor season on it.
Do not see how appointing a vastly experienced manager who knows the Premiership inside out would be a bad move for them right now.
Surley a better appointment than someone who has practically no experience in club level in Europe?
Hodgson will do a job for Liverpool for a year or two, whilst the club stablizes off the pitch.... Just so long as the prima donna's on the pitch don't all chuck in a transfer request at once, believing the media's turd about them being good enough for Real/Barca/Accrington Stanley.
Considering for the forseeable future, theres no significant transfer kitty, he's the best man to do a job with what you've got, rather than having a hissy fit about not being able to sign that multi million pound Spaniard/Italian/Columbian drug mule.
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