The England Revolution
I have thoroughly enjoyed my time as head coach of England but now is the right time to hand this young and talented squad over to a younger coach. I will see this job as the pinacle of my career and I can not wait to see whoever takes over from me, take the team to a new level said outgoing manager Roy Hodgson.
It is believed that Hodgson left before he was pushed after three years in the role and now the bookies have already released odds on the five man shortlist the F.A have apparently got for the position.
Diego Simeone - 3/1f
It is understood that the F.A are going to approach Atletico Madrid to see if Diego Simeone would be interested in the job. The Argentinian has won one La Liga title with Atletico, one Europa League and finished runners up in the Champions League and for that reason is the favourite for the job.
Rafa Benitez - 6/1
Former Liverpool and Chelsea manager Rafa Benitez is also one of the favourites to land the job as he apparently looks for a change after just a year and a bit in Italy with Napoli. The Spanish manager has made no secret of wanting a return back to England but would he consider the England head coach post?
Jose Mourinho - 10/1
In what could be the biggest appointment if it was to go ahead, it is thought that England would ask Chelsea if Mourinho could job share the England job with his current Chelsea post. It is understood that Mourinho would be very interested in the role but with him not being a yes man that is why he is only 10/1 for the job and not the favourite
Glenn Hoddle - 16/1
Astonishingly it is understood that Glenn Hoddle is on the F.A's to talk list. The former England manager last managed the national side way back in 1996 until 1999 and is now a coach at Q.P.R. It is though he would be a popular choice amongst most fans but is still and outsider.
Jamie Carragher & Gary Neville - 25/1
It is understood that Jamie Carragher and Gary Neville have applied to be joint managers of the English National team. The duo, who were fierce rivals on the pitch in there day, have now found common ground while pundits on Sky Sports and it is understood the English F.A have given them the chance to impress with an interview but remain complete outsiders.
Who will land the job, find out in the next update!