Proof That Hodgson Must Change for Final Two Games - originally posted on Soccerlens.comHodgson’s England Must Change Tactics for the Wembley Games
After a monotonous game that had more stoppages than an Audley Harrison fight, I was left contemplating Roy Hodgson’s tactics going forward, especially now with the realisation we must take six points from our last two games to qualify.
Attacking outlets were sparse Tuesday night with Roy reminding us in his post-game interview that his main star (Wayne Rooney) and his most promising attacker (Danny Welbeck) were both out. However dominating games against reasonable opposition is not a new problem for Hodgson’s England.
A Hodgson team
Tuesday was a prime example of a Hodgson team; a solid, organised back four playing a fairly high line with an insatiable appetite to get the ball forward fast.
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