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Watford next manager odds

Watford next manager odds

Watford next manager after Roy Hodgson

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                      Hodgson, 74, has decided to retire in the summer of 2021 after completing his term at Crystal Palace. It seemed like it was really the end of his coaching career, but only six months later he was returning to the Premier League.

                      Claudio Ranieri's short episode on the Watford bench ended ingloriously, and after only 13 games, he was fired, and Roy Hodgson will replace him in the hot job.

                      Roy Hodgson is a coach who led several teams from the Premier League, but without much success. The last team to lead from the Premier League was Crystal Palace, where he had a record of 54 wins, 36 draws and as many as 72 defeats in 162 games. In addition to Crystal Palace, he was the coach of Bristol City, Blackburn, Fulham, West Brom, Crystal Palace and Liverpool. As of February, he is the manager of Watford, a team that is fighting for survival in the Premier League. It is not easy for Roy to survive in the league, as is his task, but he will first try to raise the form of the team and then, with a little luck, choose to participate in the strongest league in the world next season as well which at the moment seems unlikely.

                      Hodgson got a chance to increase the record in the old days, which will be difficult to break in the near future. Namely, even before returning to coaching at Watford, Hodgson held the record for the oldest manager in English football at 73 years and 287 days, and now he will only increase the gap between him and the competition with each new day. More precisely, of the active experts, only Neil Warnock, who will turn 74 on December 1, and Claudio Ranieri, who turns 71 in October, can threaten him. Hodgson will turn 75 on August 9.

                      Hodgson, who started his playing career at Crystal Palace, passed the junior categories, reached the first team, and then proved himself in the coaching guild in Sweden, Switzerland, Italy, Denmark, the United Arab Emirates, Norway, Finland, while in England he led several teams.

He also led the England national team (albeit unsuccessfully, at the previous European Championship), but he deserved a deep bow from the audience.

                      He has coached many famous teams, including Milan's Inter (twice), Switzerland, Blackburn Rovers, Liverpool and Udinese. With Halmstad and Malmö, he was the Swedish champions a total of six times, leading Switzerland to the top 16 at the 1994 FIFA World Cup and Fulham to the 2009/10 UEFA Europa League final; he was also named LMA Manager of the Year in 2010 in England.

                      Although he did not achieve much success as a manager, Roy still left a deep impression on football, especially in the Premier League.

                      Аs a representative of the old school managers, Hodgson may still have some tricks in the sleeve to try and to avoid relegation with Watford.

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