HODGSON TIPPED TO BE NEW LIVERPOOL MANAGER

Friends Of Liverpool

As Liverpool Fc look for a new manager, the front-runner appears to be Roy Hodgson of Fulham.
It is thought Hodgson, who led Fulham to the final of the inaugural Europa League this season, is seen as the steadying influence the club requires after the chronic uncertainty of the last months of Benítez’s six-year tenure.
His stock has rarely been higher after consistently exceeding expectations since joining Fulham in December 2007, and he has won praise for the style of his football, his ability to work on a limited budget and his non-confrontational demeanour in his second spell as a Premier League manager.
Hodgson has a good track-record across Europe and in England and would be an ideal choice for Purslow, Ayre, Nash and Broughton
Other names being touted are Mauricio Pellegrini, sacked by Real Madrid, despite a very good season, Slavan Bilic of Croatia is also in the frame, while incoming Turkish national coach, Guus Hiddink is the fan’s favourite to take over the club.
It seems that Mark Hughes and Martin O’Neill are not on the radar, thank goodness for that.