Is Roy Hodgson contemplating managerial retirement?by Jack Kitson / 09 August 2016, 09:03Tweet
Birthday boy Roy Hodgson is contemplating drawing the curtains on his managerial career after turning down two job offers since resigning from his post after England's woeful Euro 2016.
According to the Bleacher Report the former Three Lions boss, who turned 69 today (Tuesday 9th August), has rejected a job opportunity in the Premier League, and another over in China.
It's not known which top-flight club was interested in Hodgson's services, but at the time of writing there is only one managerless team - Hull City - who have been desperately searching for a new boss since Steve Bruce dramatically departed nearly three weeks ago.
However, the likes of Sunderland and Southampton had also both been managerless since the tournament came to a close.
Hodgson resigned as England manager in the aftermath of his side's shock defeat to Iceland, which saw them crash out in the last-16.
Pior to his four year tenure in charge of his country Hodgson managed the likes of Liverpool, Fulham, West Brom, Inter Milan, and Switzerland, however if rumours are to be believed we may have seen the last of Roy in the dugout.
Birthday boy Roy Hodgson, 69, is contemplating retiring from the dugout after turning down 2 job offers. pic.twitter.com/33M0Vub0Id— The Sack Race (@thesackrace) August 9, 2016