It was an immensely underwhelming campaign for England who bowed out of the European Championships following an embarrassing loss to Iceland in the round of 16. TheHardTackle analyses the performance and rates each player who participated in the tournament for the Three Lions.
The FA have reportedly made Arsene Wenger their number one target to take over the reins of the national side. It is also understood that an interim manager will be announced for a year before the Frenchman joins in 2017.
On Monday, Roy Hodgson announced that he would be stepping down as head coach of the England national side. A disappointing run at the Euros saw the Three Lions being eliminated at the hands of minnows Iceland. Now with Hodgson gone, the English FA will begin proceedings to find an able replacement. Gareth Southgate, Glenn Hoddle, Alan Pardew and Eddie Howe are few managers tipped to be in line for the job. However, fans on Twitter are calling out to the FA to make Arsenal boss Arsene Wenger the heir to Hodgson. Here are a few tweets: I’d give the #eng job to Arsene Wenger, at least finishing 4th would be considered an improvement! — James Nelson (@JNelsonn94) June 28, 2016 English managers are either not good enough or experienced enough to take the #ENG job. Would be Benitez or Wenger for me. #Engexit — Laith (@Laithmatic) June 28, 2016 England need a world class manager with great quality and experience… […]
After another disappointing competition for the Three Lions head-coach Roy Hodgson decided it was time to part ways with the national squad.
Wayne Rooney wishes to end his playing days at Manchester United and hopes to see Hodgson as England coach beyond the Euros.
England struck twice in the second half through substitutes Jamie Vardy and Daniel Sturridge to secure a come-from-behind win over neighbours Wales.
It was a promising display from the Three Lions on the night, but the fans were left baffled by some of the decisions taken by Roy Hodgson and took to Twitter to vent out their frustration on the former Liverpool and Fulham boss.
England get ready to kick-start their Euro 2016 campaign with a tricky encounter against Russia at Marseille's Stade Velodrome on Saturday.
As England begin their campaign to win their maiden European title, they face a stern but weakened opposition in Russia at the Stade Velodrome on Saturday.
With the fall of Spain and a shaky Germany, can England pull off a historic Euro win?