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CHANTILLY---The day after the night
before, the confusion and pain from
the seismic defeat that cost Roy Hodg-
son his job as manager of England
was still written large on his craggy
But, to his credit, Hodgson didn t
Feeling "very fragile," Hodgson reluc-
tantly appeared for one last England
news conference yesterday, against his
All that Hodgson wanted to say about
his team s 2-1 loss to Iceland the pre-
vious night in the European Champi-
onship round-of-16 had been said, he
felt, in his resignation statement imme-
diately after the defeat that sent England
out of a major tournament early, yet
But he also didn t want anyone to
think that he was frightened to face
the music. So he roused himself for the
TV cameras and assembled journalists
at the chateau north of Paris where
England, briefly, set up base.
"I don t really know what I m doing
here," Hodgson said. "But I was told
that it was important for everybody
that I appear and I guess that is partly
because people are still smarting from
our poor performance."
"I suppose someone has to stand
and take the slings and arrows," he
While critics agreed that England
played appallingly, they disagreed on
just how badly the defeat ranked in
England s sorry history of underper-
forming at major tournaments. For
some, it was the worst loss ever. For
others, just the worst in a generation.
"I m very fragile today. It wasn t a
good night, for anyone," Hodgson said.
"I was not forced to come here. I did
so because I have never shirked a press
conference, because I have never run
away from anybody," he said. "So much
is going to be written about our failure
to get to the quarterfinals that nothing
I can say would do anything other than
fuel the flames, possibly."
He insisted, however, that his players
showed "good signs of good football"
in three group stage games before they
melted --- Hodgson called it a "one-
off" --- against Iceland s team drawn
from a tiny pool of professional players
among the island s 330,000 people.
"One particularly bad game has
caused a lot of damage," Hodgson said,
adding that the loss could weigh on
England s young team going forward.
"They ve got a major bridge to repair,"
The England Football Association s
CEO, Martin Glenn, said the post-fail-
ure inquest, the latest of many, must
fathom out why the nation that invent-
ed the laws of football repeatedly stalls
early, with the World Cup in 1966 its
only major tournament win.
"It s a national imperative that we
become more resilient," he said. "Eng-
land seem brittle and we need to under-
Glenn, too, clutched at positives, say-
ing England became "a much stronger
team" during Hodgson s four years in
"Iceland is not your epitaph," he told
Hodgson.And he rejected the idea that
England s players didn t care enough
Hodgson faces music after seismic Iceland loss
England coach Roy Hodgson listens during a press conference in Chantilly, France, yesterday. England were
knocked out of the Euro 2016 by Iceland in a round of 16 match on Monday. AP PHOTO
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