Who could be the next England manager?

England are out of Euro 2016 and Roy Hodgson has quit as manager.

The 68-year-old resigned immediately after his side lost 2-1 to Iceland.

And it looks like England Under-21 boss Gareth Southgate is the early favourite with the bookmakers to replace him.

But who do the fans want?

Eddie Howe

Eddie Howe

The Bournemouth manager has led the club to the top flight of English football for the first time ever.

He’s secured three promotions during his time with The Cherries.


“Eddie Howe would be my choice,” says Brad Jones.

“He is the top English manager in the Premier League and would be an excellent choice.”

Gary Neville

Gary Neville and Roy Hodgson

The former Manchester United defender has worked closely with Roy Hodgson and England in recent years.

But a brief spell in Spain managing Valencia didn’t end too well, although some of the England fans we spoke to believe he could work.


“We want anyone but Hodgson basically,” says Kieran Butler.

“Neville could work for us and [he] knows the players which would help rebuild England.”

Harry Redknapp

Harry Redknapp

Harry Redknapp was linked heavily to the England position before Roy Hodgson was appointed four years ago.

The former Tottenham manager has recently been working with the Jordan national team.

It’s unlikely the Football Association will revisit Harry as an option, but he’s certainly a fans’ favourite.


“Let’s go get Harry Redknapp because it has to be an English manager they bring in,” says Liam Butler.

“I can’t think of anyone else who would get energy and passion into those players.”

Heimir Hallgrimsson and Lars Lagerback

Lars Lagerback and Heimir Hallgrimsson

Iceland’s management executed a masterful game plan over England, so it’s no surprise they got a mention.

Heimir Hallgrimsson is a dentist by trade, but we’re sure the FA would allow him to work part-time.


“The Iceland managers clearly got passion into their players and that’s what we need,” says James Evans.

“They deserved to win and the two managers have managed to find a winning team from just 300,000 people in their country.”

Mike Bassett

Ricky Tomlinson and his partner Rita

If all else fails, there’s always this man.

The fictional England manager played by Ricky Tomlinson is a fans’ favourite.

“England need to send for him immediately and get the crowd cheering again,” said one fan.

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