Roy Hodgson’s Net Worth, Salary and Endorsements
Roy Hodgson is a football manager and former player, hailing from England. As far as his playing career goes, Rogers primarily stuck to Crystal Palace youth program. At the age of 23, he completed training to become a qualified coach.
Hodgson started his managerial career in 1976 at Halmstads BK. He spent five years at the club, winning the Swedish league twice. This actually came as a huge surprise as Halmstad barely escaped relegation. Hodgson himself was quite proud of that accomplishment, saying, “my greatest achievement would have to be the water-into-wine job at Halmstads BK”.
He then had stints at Bristol, Oddevold, Örebro, Malmö FF, Neuchatel Xamax, Inter Milan, Blackburn Rovers, F.C. Copenhagen, Udinese, Viking, Fulham, Liverpool and West Brom. In addition to that, he also managed various international sides, including the England national team. Finally, he returned to Crystal Palace, this time as a manager.
As a manager, Roy Hodgson achieved numerous excellent results. This included two Swedish championships with Halmstads BK. He also clinched a UEFA Champions League Runner up with Inter Milan, Europa League runner up with Fulham, and many other accolades.
Roy Hodgson primarily depended on repetitions of drills to get the desired results. According to Australian Goalkeeper Mark Schwarzer, “It’s his authority, his confidence, his assurance that he knows what he’s doing. He carries that confidence across in his coaching and his instructions and in his sessions.”
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