If Southampton are banking on the new manager bounce to save them, history suggests they've left it late...
Roy Keane watched Man United lose to Basel and decided they could win the Champions League.
Glenn Hoddle, Neil Custis, Harry Redknapp, Martin Keown, Neil Ashton and more. It can only be Mediawatch.
Tiemoue Bakayoko has "got to do more", according to former Chelsea midfielder Glenn Hoddle.
"Danny Rose will not have walked into an angry dressing room," says ex-Tottenham boss.
If John Stones does take on a midfield role, the Man City star can take inspiration from this quintet...
We're all bored of Glenn Hoddle and his nonsense, right. Plus, Davies v Winks and FFP.
Non-footballers don't wear weird ex-footballer goggles, nor use weird ex-footballer language...
Or the Fantastic Four, as we would like to call them. How could we survive without their insight?
Harry, Hoddle and Pearce on the bench, with a three-man defence and no holding midfielder. Righto...
"The bigger the game, the better Hazard plays. Ozil is the opposite." Strong words from the Hoddler
"When I met him man to man, it was “Oh my God, what a c***." What a man. What a quote.
It's the story behind the quotes that lost Glenn Hoddle the England job. It's a doozy of a tale...
Glenn Hoddle believes Tottenham "are getting found out" after they exited the Champions League.
"It's right that he apologises. But it's not a case of having let people down," says Hoddle. Sounds about right.
Worse than Savage, Sutton or Owen? There are thoughts on England, Southgate, and even Verheijen.
Forget Allardyce, what about the fake Sheikh, the Capello Index and insulting disabled people?
Glenn Hoddle would welcome talks over the England job but there has been no approach so far.
What is it about former England manager Glenn Hoddle that fascinates so many?
Only Ray Wilkins could be impressed with Glenn Hoddle's co-commentary. Give him the job now.
We examine the eight leading candidates for the England job. Then we conclude that Blanc is the man.
Peter Crouch gets in on the act too. There's a lot of "abject" flying around, but praise for "lovely guy" Hodgson
Keane, Hoddle and Steve McManaman all got a bit angry at Marcelo on Wednesday night.
And then you went and spoilt it all by doing something stupid like managing below expect-aaaations
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