Roy Hodgson CV

1947: Born August 9 in Croydon.

1992: Becomes manager of Switzerland. They qualify for the 1994 World Cup and Euro 96.

1995: Appointed manager of Inter Milan.

1997: Leads Inter Milan to Uefa Cup final. They lose on penalties.

1998: Appointed manager of Blackburn Rovers.

November 1998: Sacked by Blackburn with the club bottom of the Premier League

1999: Returns to Inter on April 27 as technical director until the end of the season. Joins Swiss side Grasshopper.

2000: Appointed coach of Danish side FC Copenhagen. Linked with England job after resignation of Kevin Keegan.

May 2001: Takes Copenhagen to the Superliga title.

August 2001: Takes over as coach of Serie A club Udinese.

December 2001: Udinese and Hodgson part company.

April 2002: Appointed manager of the United Arab Emirates.

January 2004: Sacked after leading side to fifth place at the Gulf Cup.

May 2004: Joins Norwegian side Viking FK.

August 2005: Agrees to take over as boss of Finland national team.

November 2007: Quits after failing to secure qualification for Euro 2008.

December 2007: Appointed Fulham manager.

2009: Guides Fulham to their highest ever top-flight finish, seventh, and ensures Europa League qualification.

March 2010: Oversees a stunning second-leg comeback against Juventus in the Europa League quarter-final as a 4-1 win takes Fulham into the quarter-finals 5-4 on aggregate.

May 2010: Hodgson's side go down 2-1 to Atlético Madrid in extra-time in the Europa League final in Hamburg.

July 2010: Announced as new manager of Liverpool on a three-year contract.

January 2011: Liverpool announce Hodgson has left the club.

February 2011: Takes over as West Brom coach after the club part company with Roberto Di Matteo.

April 2011: West Brom grant the Football Association permission to speak to Hodgson about the vacant manager's position.

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