Pep Guardiola & Roy Hodgson
Josep Pep Guardiola i Sala (born 18 January 1971) is a Spanish football manager and former player. Roy Hodgson (born 9 August 1947) is an English former footballer and the current head coach of West Bromwich Albion. /5
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LONDON EVENING STANDARD Roy Hodgson is prepared to take Jack Wilshere and Alex Oxlade Chamberlain to the World Cup in Brazil even if they do not play in Arsenal's last two games of the season. MANCHESTER EVENING NEWS Ryan Giggs raised the possibility of leaving Manchester United after 27 years at his Friday press conference. Bayern Munich manager Pep Guardiola has put United back on alert after hinting that he could be at risk of losing his job after the German champions didn't make it to the Champions League final. THE JOURNAL Alan Pardew is facing the sharpest scrutiny from Mike Ashley since he became Newcastle United manager but he has pledged to fight to retain "one of the biggest jobs in football". BIRMINGHAM MAIL Paul Lambert is targeting players of the calibre of Lewis Holtby, Javier Hernandez and Joleon Lescott for Aston Villa. SOUTH WALES EVENING POST Garry Monk has received a rare pat on the back from Huw Jenkins - but must wait to discover whether Swansea City's chairman will offer him a job. W ...
plus Trap makes Roy Hodgson look like Pep Guardiola.
If anyone slags off Roy Hodgson they should be ashamed. Pep Guardiola couldn't manage that current team to a major trophy.
My morning began with the dreaded news of King Kenny getting sacked as Liverpool manager. Sad! Yes the results have not been satisfactory in the league but the team played far better than last few seasons. A manager needs more time than one season. 3 managers in 3 seasons makes us sound like Chelsea! Anyway now that it's done, we are back at square one. Again next season will be 'settling down' for a new manager and yet again results might lead to his sacking by the end of the season. Hope there will be an end to this vicious cycle. Among contenders there's speculation on too many: 1. Rafa Benitez - fans loved him and will welcome him 2. Roberto Martinez - Wigan and Liverpool are not same. I fear another story like Roy Hodgson. 3. Jose Mourinho - might be the special one, but I hate him and wouldn't wish him as our coach. Smells too much blue to me! Plus he only takes up jobs with the ones having chance to win leagues .. We ain't close to that! 4. Pep Guardiola - you must be nuts! 5. AVB - failure at Chel ...
England Soccer Team A Joke. I dont understand why the English are making such a fuss over who the next England manager will be. It doesnt matter if its Harry Redknapp or Roy Hodgson. Even Jose Mourinho or Pep Guardiola cant turn garbage into gold. The English havent won or even reached a major tournament final for the past 46 years and nothings going to change now, no matter who is in charge. Todays England team has to be the worst in a long time and there have been some pretty bad ones over the years.So take whoever comes along guys and hope that one day things will change. The English have two class players. Wayne Rooney and Steven Gerrard. Unfortunately they are expected to carry the other nine losers on their backs. An impossible task. As it really doesnt matter who coaches England, maybe they should seriously consider taking on a female coach.
Roy Hodgson as england boss is a horrendous decision. What's wrong with Pep Guardiola!!
So, with Roy Hodgson taking on the England managers job, what's the bookies odds on West Brom's new manager being Pep Guardiola?
spose if we lost Roy Hodgson to England then Pep Guardiola will do when he leaves Barcelona lol
Jose Mourinho, Sir Alex Ferguson, Pep Guardiola, Wenger and Roy Hodgson(thanks him for ruining lpool :P)
I'm a gambler, who do you want to back? Pep Guardiola at 5/1 or Roy Hodgson at 7/2?
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