England manager Roy Hodgson is keen to continue to take charge of the national team until 2018, despite his contract being up at the end of next summer’s European Championships.
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The former Fulham, Liverpool and West Bromwich Albion manager first took over the Three Lions in 2012, but has confirmed his desire to extend his deal, according to CaughtOffside.
The 67-year-old has had mixed critics in his time in charge of England, with many praising his efforts at bringing through a new generation of young players.
Some, however, have been uninspired by Hodgson’s tactics and style of play, with England looking particularly poor at last summer’s World Cup, exiting at the group stages.