Date of birth: 9 August 1947
Playing career: Crystal Palace FC, Tonbridge Angels FC, Gravesend and Northfleet FC, Maidstone United FC, Berea Park FC
Coaching career: Halmstads BK, Bristol City FC, IK Oddevold, Örebro SK, Malmö FF, Neuchâtel Xamax FC, Switzerland, FC Internazionale Milano (twice), Blackburn Rovers FC, Grasshopper-Club, FC København, Udinese Calcio, United Arab Emirates, Viking FK, Finland, Fulham FC, Liverpool FC, West Bromwich Albion FC, England
• After spending the majority of his playing career in the English non-league, a coaching career spanning eight countries began with Halmstad for Hodgson. He guided the Swedish club to their first ever Allsvenskan titles in 1976 and 1979; five successive championships later came with Malmö.
• A spell at Xamax followed before the first of four forays into international management. Hodgson's Switzerland side qualified for the 1994 FIFA World Cup – their first in 28 years – and then EURO '96 but the coach left for Inter before the latter tournament.
• After taking the Nerazzurri to the 1997 UEFA Cup final, Hodgson had spells in England, Switzerland, Denmark, Italy, the UAE, Norway and Finland, as well as a short stint back at Inter as technical director.
• He returned to England and relegation-threatened Fulham in 2007/08, leading them to safety in his first season, a club-best seventh in the Premier League in his second and then guiding them to the 2010 UEFA Europa League final. The 2-1 extra-time defeat by Club Atlético de Madrid proved his last game with the Cottagers before taking the reins at Liverpool.
• He left Anfield after 31 games in charge, the shortest reign in Liverpool history, but within five weeks he was at West Brom, whom he guided to a Premier League high of 11th. He was appointed England manager on 1 May 2012.
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