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      Roy Hodgson
      May 22, 2016 03:51:46 pm
      Why Hodgson was not to blame for Liverpool failure - Murphy
      11:59, 22 MAY 2016 UPDATED 11:59, 22 MAY 2016
      BY KRISTIAN WALSH
      Danny Murphy defends former boss over ill-fated Liverpool reign

      Former Liverpool midfielder Danny Murphy believes Roy Hodgson was not to blame for his ill-fated reign at Anfield.

      Hodgson arrived at the club in the summer of 2010, but lasted just six months as he was replaced by Kenny Dalglish in January 2011.

      The presence of Dalglish was one of the reasons Murphy believes Hodgson was not a success with the Reds, but has also blamed the ownership of Hicks and Gillett, as well as the absence of his regular backroom staff.

      Hodgson won just seven of his 20 league games at the club, leaving them 12th upon his departure.

      Murphy, who worked with Hodgson at Fulham, thinks several factors worked against his former boss.

      “So why didn’t it work for him at Liverpool? Part of it is an easy one really, because there were no funds to get any quality in,” said Murphy. “He lost Stevie G early in that season through injury for about eight weeks and Torres had just got back from that bad injury and didn’t look anything like his former self. He also probably wanted away at that point.

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      “So he was bringing in players of not great quality. Also the way he coaches takes time. When he came in at Fulham we didn’t win for eight games. His methods grow. The way he coaches and the way he wants you to play doesn’t happen overnight.”

      Murphy, now a pundit with the BBC, also pointed to Hodgson’s successor, Dalglish, watching on as he struggled.

      Towards the end of his time at Anfield, Hodgson would be met with chants of the Scot from the Anfield crowd.

      “It’s not all about ‘Go out and be energetic’ it’s about going out and being clever and tactical astute,” he added. “And you learn more off Roy the longer you are with him. Liverpool needed more of a quick fix and, of course, with ‘King Kenny’ up in the stands every week it was always going to be difficult.”

      The former midfielder also thinks Hodgson’s lack of support in the dugout was a big factor, adding: “The other thing as well is that Ray Lewington and Mike Kelly, who he worked so well with at Fulham, did not go with him. So he lost two lieutenants and every good manager has a couple of good guys outside. Mike and Ray were very influential at Fulham.”

      Mike Kelly actually did join Hodgson at Anfield, doubling up as assistant boss and goalkeeping coach, though Lewington remained at Fulham as a youth coach until joining Hodgson at England as his no.2 in 2012.
      http://www.liverpoolecho.co.uk/sport/football/football-news/hodgson-not-blame-liverpool-failure-11368375?
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      Re: Roy Hodgson
      Reply #1: May 22, 2016 03:58:01 pm
      I like Danny Murphy but I disagree with him here. The reason Roy Hodgson was a disaster at Liverpool is because he is a c***.
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      Reply #2: May 22, 2016 04:08:31 pm
      Because he done himself a lot of favours by signing Poulsen, Konchesky and trying to sign Carlton Cole...
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      Reply #3: May 22, 2016 04:11:26 pm

      Things could have been so different if he had just managed to sign Carlton



      :)
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      Reply #4: May 22, 2016 04:11:38 pm
      So how come Kenny did miles better with the same squad in the same season, and Rafa - although by far his weakest season - did better than Hodgson preceding?

      Murphy doesn't half talk sh*te these days.
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      Reply #5: May 22, 2016 04:32:06 pm
      So how come Kenny did miles better with the same squad in the same season, and Rafa - although by far his weakest season - did better than Hodgson preceding?

      Murphy doesn't half talk sh*te these days.

      Joins a list of ex players that do mate....

      How can the presence of Kenny in the stands undermine the manager?.... Never harmed Rafa when he bought Kenny back into the club as ambassador...


      Hodgson is Sh*te as sh*te is Hodgson...
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      Reply #6: May 22, 2016 04:39:28 pm
      Christ is Murphy binge-drinking again! What a load of horse-sh*te.

      Hodgson was done for the minute he slagged off some of the fans protesting against H & G not long after he got the job. And considering we could of had Pellegrini instead had the snake and Ayre been arsed to interview him. That whole six months could of been avoided.
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      Reply #7: May 22, 2016 04:43:14 pm
      F**k sake Danny.
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      Reply #8: May 22, 2016 04:50:44 pm
      No wonder Rafa binned him off and replaced him with Alonso..,

      Waits for The 'Real' Donovan Reid reply ;D
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      Reply #9: May 22, 2016 04:53:15 pm
      No wonder Rafa binned him off and replaced him with Alonso..,

      Waits for The 'Real' Donovan Reid reply ;D

      Still waiting to find out who the 'fake' Donavan Reid was.
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      Reply #10: May 22, 2016 04:57:05 pm
      Does Danny get paid by the controversial sound bite these days? He just seems to come out with bollocks that nobody else agreed with.

      Now I've said that I'm sure a couple of our own resident bollocks will come in and agree with his bollocks, about bollocks.
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      Reply #11: May 22, 2016 04:59:46 pm
      Does Danny get paid by the controversial sound bite these days? He just seems to come out with bollocks that nobody else agreed with.

      Now I've said that I'm sure a couple of our own resident bollocks will come in and agree with his bollocks, about bollocks.

      that's a lot of bollocks
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      Reply #12: May 22, 2016 05:05:54 pm
      Problem is most of you don't understand the way Roy works.

      You learn more from losing a game than winning one... just think how much more our players learned under Hodgson.



      :)
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      Reply #13: May 22, 2016 05:34:44 pm
      Problem is most of you don't understand the way Roy works.

      You learn more from losing a game than winning one... just think how much more our players learned under Hodgson.



      :)


      Who can forget this for the 3-0 mauling by Newcastle!!

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      Reply #14: May 22, 2016 05:35:21 pm
      Still waiting to find out who the 'fake' Donavan Reid was.

      ;D
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      Reply #15: May 22, 2016 06:28:25 pm
      Shall we take a stroll down memory lane of the owls best gifs?

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      Reply #16: May 22, 2016 06:33:00 pm
      Shall we take a stroll down memory lane of the owls best gifs?



      Come on Ian, there's loads better than that.  What about the famous face rub?  Or banging his head against the dugout?
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      Reply #17: May 22, 2016 09:37:24 pm
      Shall we take a stroll down memory lane of the owls best gifs?



      has he just had a stroke
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      Reply #18: May 22, 2016 11:57:42 pm
      Shall we take a stroll down memory lane of the owls best gifs?



      There's this as well that is an all time classic!

      https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UHYO3qdFnhg

      My all time favourite. The Mike and Angelo theme (90s kids tv show of course) is the cherry on top.
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      Reply #19: May 22, 2016 11:59:03 pm
      There's this as well that is an all time classic!

      https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UHYO3qdFnhg

      My all time favourite. The Mike and Angelo theme (90s kids tv show of course) is the cherry on top.

      Easily the best that one, love it.
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      Reply #20: May 23, 2016 12:37:59 am
      A couple of pics of Ol Woy and Sammy





      And a few more of Woy making a c**t of himself





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      Reply #21: May 23, 2016 02:39:35 am
      Who, who.....
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      Reply #22: May 24, 2016 07:52:21 pm
      F**k sake I had almost got over this guy!

      Honestly I hated the man when he was here and I can't say I've ever felt that about anyone associated with the club. A fraud if ever there was one, if anyone feels a bit suicidal have a Google of '6 months of Roy Hodgson quotes', there's some belters in there!
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      Reply #23: May 24, 2016 10:44:51 pm
      from day one seeing him there in the dugout just felt wrong utterly wrong
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      Reply #24: Jun 14, 2016 08:46:46 pm
      Sh*t the f**king bed.....

      Hear this from a recent interview with Albert Riera: “I remember the day when Roy Hodgson came to Liverpool. He said that he wanted his team to be 90% British, so all the foreigners felt like we’d be having problems in Liverpool and I signed for Olympiakos."

      Appalling management - shocked at such a blinkered way of building a team.
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      Reply #25: Jun 14, 2016 08:51:26 pm
      Sh*t the f**king bed.....

      Hear this from a recent interview with Albert Riera: “I remember the day when Roy Hodgson came to Liverpool. He said that he wanted his team to be 90% British, so all the foreigners felt like we’d be having problems in Liverpool and I signed for Olympiakos."

      Appalling management - shocked at such a blinkered way of building a team.

      He signed 8 players as manager

      Suso, Raul Merieles, Cristian Poulsen and Brad Jones within those 8

      That's 50% not British

      If he said that, to his squad of talented foreign players he's a mug who doesn't understand man management.. He then doesn't back it up in reality which makes him a bullshitter

      All in all an utter gobs***e
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      Reply #26: Jun 14, 2016 08:59:36 pm

      Rafa signed Suso mate.

       If he fulfils such potential he will be grateful not only to the current Liverpool manager but a former one. Rafa Benitez is maintaining a watching brief on a player who, as one of his last Liverpool signings, could prove an exceptional parting gift.

      “The biggest reason I signed was Rafa,” says Suso. Real Madrid were interested but it was their Academy coaches calling, at Liverpool it was the manager.

      http://www.telegraph.co.uk/sport/football/teams/liverpool/9653250/Liverpools-new-kid-on-the-block-Suso-is-ready-for-the-long-haul-to-make-his-name-at-Anfield.html
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      Reply #27: Jun 14, 2016 09:03:08 pm
      Rafa signed Suso mate.

       If he fulfils such potential he will be grateful not only to the current Liverpool manager but a former one. Rafa Benitez is maintaining a watching brief on a player who, as one of his last Liverpool signings, could prove an exceptional parting gift.

      “The biggest reason I signed was Rafa,” says Suso. Real Madrid were interested but it was their Academy coaches calling, at Liverpool it was the manager.

      http://www.telegraph.co.uk/sport/football/teams/liverpool/9653250/Liverpools-new-kid-on-the-block-Suso-is-ready-for-the-long-haul-to-make-his-name-at-Anfield.html

      According to LFChistory they have him down as signing under the Hodge

      http://www.lfchistory.net/Managers/Manager/Profile/22

      I was going off that as they tend to be pretty good on the club records.
      I'll be honest I thought of Poulsen and Merieles but went there to double check and saw Suso and then Jones.. I did think he was a Rafa signing too but tend to trust LFChistory

      Either way the Hodge is a gobs***e
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      Reply #28: Jun 14, 2016 10:32:35 pm
      According to LFChistory they have him down as signing under the Hodge

      http://www.lfchistory.net/Managers/Manager/Profile/22

      I was going off that as they tend to be pretty good on the club records.
      I'll be honest I thought of Poulsen and Merieles but went there to double check and saw Suso and then Jones.. I did think he was a Rafa signing too but tend to trust LFChistory

      Either way the Hodge is a gobs***e

      Definitely a Rafa signing mate. But completely agree with your description of Woy. How a manager can come into a club like Liverpool and sign Poulsen and Konchesky is beyond me, and lets not forget he even tried signing Carlton Cole! Just thinking about it quickly winds me up! At least Kenny came in and binned them muppets off.
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      Reply #29: Jun 16, 2016 07:05:28 pm
      The old man has gambled and it paid off. Well done roy.
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      Reply #30: Jun 16, 2016 08:37:40 pm
      The old man has gambled and it paid off. Well done roy.

      Not really gambled mate, it was doing the bloody obvious that everyone was saying before the match even started. His gamble was to try and use the same line up which didn't pay off.
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      Reply #31: Jun 16, 2016 08:55:00 pm
      Not really gambled mate, it was doing the bloody obvious that everyone was saying before the match even started. His gamble was to try and use the same line up which didn't pay off.

      Ok, I agree. I just saw it differently. But for Sturridge, it was better to play 45mins.
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      Reply #32: Jun 16, 2016 09:08:18 pm
      At least, thanks to Studge and Vardy, england fans won't start singing "Hodgson for Liverpool". :)
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      Reply #33: Jun 16, 2016 09:09:09 pm
      Not really gambled mate, it was doing the bloody obvious that everyone was saying before the match even started. His gamble was to try and use the same line up which didn't pay off.

      Spot on Ben.

      Even the normal people in the pub have been saying it since half time against Russia.

      Woy gets on to it half time against Wales.
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      Reply #34: Jul 02, 2016 05:08:25 pm
      couldn't we scrap this thread and just pretend he was never here it was all a bad dream
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      Reply #35: Dec 07, 2016 05:56:55 pm
      couldn't we scrap this thread and just pretend he was never here it was all a bad dream

      http://www.bbc.co.uk/sport/football/38242297

      Today he announces that he is looking to return to management


      Former England boss Roy Hodgson is keen on a return to management and believes he will do so as a "better coach".

      "I'm hoping something will come along that will really interest me," said the 69-year-old, who has 40 years managerial experience.



      Why did we used to hire managers with self delusion ?
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      Reply #36: Dec 07, 2016 06:10:19 pm
      http://www.bbc.co.uk/sport/football/38242297

      Today he announces that he is looking to return to management


      Former England boss Roy Hodgson is keen on a return to management and believes he will do so as a "better coach".

      "I'm hoping something will come along that will really interest me," said the 69-year-old, who has 40 years managerial experience.



      Why did we used to hire managers with self delusion ?

      Some of his quotes are superb Skip, apart from the foot in mouth ones he said whilst our manager today he's said that after 4yrs of coaching the England squad he realised at the Euros that the players hadn't understood what he'd been trying to teach them and that they didn't take responsibility for how they played in the tournament!!  No responsibility on him then??

      He's now spouting in his latest PR shpiel to get himself another job that he's "a bit wiser now"!!  Really??  So you didn't wise up as to how sh*t you were during the previous 40yrs of management??

      Absolute f**king cretin of a man who I'm ashamed to admit was once our Manager!! 

      His time at Liverpool should be struck from the record books or should be enshrined for posterity how to never, ever hire a grubby, self serving, FA arse licking, bullshitting pr**k ever, ever again  :mad: :mad:

      F***ing despise the guy!!
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      Reply #37: Dec 07, 2016 06:21:19 pm
      The last thing he said as England manager entering the Press Conference .... once he'd picked up his final cheque ?

      " I dont know what I'm doing here ".  !













      Correct.
      His epitaph.

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      Reply #38: Dec 07, 2016 06:55:41 pm
      In a funny way it would be great to see him back, just to laugh at the club stupid enough to employ this dinosaur.
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      Reply #39: Dec 07, 2016 07:59:36 pm
      Spineless spineless coward. The way he scurried away like a rat at the end of the Iceland match then refusing to take questions from the press was probably the most cowardly act of 'management' I've ever seen. He put the players up front and they took the full shitstorm of it.

      Fair play to Joe Hart after the game for coming out and taking responsibility for his and the team's mistakes.

      Despicable and truly shameless act from Hodgson, showing his true colours on the biggest stage. It would be a pretty desperate club to employ this fraud of an individual ever again.
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      Reply #42: Apr 14, 2017 01:25:44 am
      Yeah, this was a while back, I remember this!

      When he first took over as Inter coach.
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      Reply #45: Apr 14, 2017 09:51:20 pm
      He earned £ 14'000'000 while in charge of England. This explains why our country is a laughing stock in world football. I truly hope the next hint of a job he's linked with , the fans of that club stage a protest to hinder his appointment.
      Maybe he can sell his sons watches ?
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      Reply #47: Aug 01, 2017 10:38:40 pm
      Remember back when he was in charge and tried to sign Carlton Cole for us? Well, that said player has been sacked from an Indonesian team for not scoring this season and in the managers words "He plays very badly compared to the other [foreign players] who have joined Persib".

      Let that sink in.
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      Reply #48: Aug 01, 2017 10:40:10 pm
      Remember back when he was in charge and tried to sign Carlton Cole for us? Well, that said player has been sacked from an Indonesian team for not scoring this season and in the managers words "He plays very badly compared to the other [foreign players] who have joined Persib".

      Let that sink in.

      Woy is no doubt alweady on the pwowl to get him for his next managewial wole.
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      Reply #49: Aug 01, 2017 11:01:24 pm
      Remember back when he was in charge and tried to sign Carlton Cole for us? Well, that said player has been sacked from an Indonesian team for not scoring this season and in the managers words "He plays very badly compared to the other [foreign players] who have joined Persib".

      Let that sink in.

      Just didn't the get the move to allow him to flourish!
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      Reply #50: Aug 01, 2017 11:13:02 pm
      Woy is no doubt alweady on the pwowl to get him for his next managewial wole.

      The owl is on the prowl
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      Reply #51: Aug 01, 2017 11:51:43 pm
      He'll be managing Leicester by the end of the year. Mark my words.

      No way is that walking E FIT Craig Shakespeare seeing the whole season out.
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      Reply #52: Oct 22, 2017 12:54:48 am
      Do you reckon this is the same look he has when he spots a field mouse, the owl looking c**t!!

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      Reply #53: Oct 30, 2017 09:04:23 am
      Roy Hodgson  :lmao:
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      Reply #54: Oct 02, 2018 10:15:30 am
      He was at his best last night after Sakho gifted a penalty to Bournemouth for smashing a player with his forearm he said he didn't intend to do it. I can only suggest Sakho must have some terrible physical disorder and is not in control of his own body.
      To think this man sat where all the great men have sat in the Dug out is just hard to believe ….was it all a dream.
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      Reply #55: Oct 02, 2018 03:46:41 pm
      He was at his best last night after Sakho gifted a penalty to Bournemouth for smashing a player with his forearm he said he didn't intend to do it. I can only suggest Sakho must have some terrible physical disorder and is not in control of his own body.
      To think this man sat where all the great men have sat in the Dug out is just hard to believe ….was it all a dream.

      It was a horrible horrible nightmare, but look how far we have risen since then and plenty more to come.
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      Re: Roy Hodgson
      Reply #56: Dec 22, 2018 05:05:40 pm
      Bump,first time saying this Walk on Roy!
      https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UHYO3qdFnhg
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      Re: Roy Hodgson
      Reply #57: Dec 22, 2018 05:06:05 pm
      All is forgiven 👍🏼
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      Re: Roy Hodgson
      Reply #58: Dec 22, 2018 05:07:59 pm

      Nah - nowhere near
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      Re: Roy Hodgson
      Reply #59: Dec 22, 2018 05:08:25 pm
      Today he is in our good books, mine at least!
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      Re: Roy Hodgson
      Reply #60: Dec 22, 2018 05:08:28 pm
      Love you Roy

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      Re: Roy Hodgson
      Reply #61: Dec 22, 2018 10:25:41 pm
      Nice one Hodgo
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      Re: Roy Hodgson
      Reply #62: Dec 23, 2018 06:41:44 am
      IT was about time Woy  gave us some payback after nearly taking L.F.C. into oblivion.
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      Re: Roy Hodgson
      Reply #63: Dec 23, 2018 02:04:30 pm
      He even had time quote Shankley in his interview.   Whohohay get in there!

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