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It had not been a good week for England manager Roy Hodgson.

Last Sunday, Greg Dyke, the outgoing chairman of the Football Association, said for Hodgson to be offered a new contract the team must “play well” even in defeat at Euro 2016. That, explained Dyke, meant: “Semifinals would be great; quarterfinals if we play well and meet one of the best sides and unfortunately lost or went out on penalties, something like that.”

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