Roy Hodgson looks likely to become England coach in time for the European Championship - and his main rival for the role says that's fine with him.
Tottenham's Harry Redknapp had been bookmakers' favorite to lead England since Fabio Capello quit in February but the Football Association chose not to interview him and has instead begun talks with West Bromwich Albion's Hodgson.
The 64-year-old Hodgson, who has won a total of eight league titles in two countries with three clubs and coached the national teams of Switzerland, Finland and the United Arab Emirates, met with Football Association officials at Wembley on Monday.
Britain's famously opinionated newspapers widely predicted that Redknapp would be hired but the Spurs manager said Monday that he was happy to continue his work at a club he is trying to guide into the Champions League for a second time.
Capello's resignation and Redknapp's elevation by the media coincided with a dramatic loss in form for Tottenham, which won ju...