Former England manager Glenn Hoddle has revealed that he would love to have the chance to once again prove himself in the biggest job in the country. Glenn had a fantastic record as England manager but was sacked following remarks about disabled people.
Hoddle explained, “There are not many people who have experience of taking a team to a tournament. It would be nice, it would be lovely to do that again, it really would. My win percentages for England are there, you can't take those away. I took us to a World Cup and, at 54, I'm still young enough.
He added, “There are not many English people that have experienced that job and I have. There is a frustration within me because winning 61 per cent of football matches is what it should have been about but it wasn't. It was ridiculous. I am not going down that road again but it was totally out of order.”
Glenn continued, “Yes there is a bit of unfinished business. But whether I would ever get a chance to put that part of the jigsaw in, who knows?”
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