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Glenn Hoddle
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Personal information
Full name Glenn Hoddle
Date of birth 27 October 1957 (1957-10-27) (age 60)
Place of birth    Hayes, London, England England
Height 1.83 m (6 ft 0 in)
Playing position Midfielder
Senior clubs
Years Club App (Gls)

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National team
1976–1980
1979–1988
England England U21
England England
012 00(2)
053 00(8)
Teams managed
1991–1993
1993–1996
1996–1999
2000–2001
2001–2003
2004–2006
England Swindon Town (player/manager)
England Chelsea (player/manager)
England England
England Southampton
England Tottenham Hotspur
England Wolverhampton Wanderers

Glenn Hoddle (born 27 October 1957) is an English former footballer and manager who played as a midfielder for Tottenham Hotspur, AS Monaco, Chelsea and Swindon Town and at international level for England. He was most recently first team coach at Queens Park Rangers having been appointed, on a part-time basis, to assist Harry Redknapp in the summer of 2014. However, following Redknapp's resignation in February 2015, Hoddle also left the club.

In 2007 he was inducted into the National Football Museum Hall of Fame, which cited him as one of the most gifted English footballers of his generation, exhibiting "sublime balance and close control, unrivalled passing and vision and extraordinary shooting ability, both from open play and set pieces".

He has been manager of Swindon Town (earning promotion to the Premier League), Chelsea (taking them to the FA Cup final), Southampton, Tottenham Hotspur (reaching a League Cup final) and most recently Wolverhampton Wanderers.

As manager, he took England to the World Cup second round in 1998, where they lost to Argentina on penalties.

He is currently running the Glenn Hoddle Academy in Spain, set up to help young British players return to professional football after being released by their clubs. Hoddle's younger brother Carl was also a footballer and died from a brain aneurysm on 2 March 2008 at the age of 40.

Player Honours 

Tottenham Hotspur

  • FA Cup, 1981, 1982 
  • FA Cup Runner-Up, 1987 
  • FA Charity Shield, 1981 
  • FA Charity Shield Runner-Up, 1982 

AS Monaco

  • Ligue 1, 1987–88 
  • French Cup, 1991 

Player/Manager Honours 

Swindon Town

  • Football League First Division Play-Off Final, 1992–93 

Chelsea

  • FA Cup Runner-Up, 1994 

Managerial Honours 

England 

  • Tournoi De France, 1997 

Tottenham Hotspur 

External links

Swindon Town Football Club - Managers

S. Allen (1902–33) • Vizard (1933–39) • Harris (1939–40) • Page (1945–53) • Lindley (1953–55) • Head (1956–65) • D. Williams (1965–69) • Ford (1969–71) • Mackay (1971–72p) • L. Allen (1972–74) • D. Williams (1974–78) • Smith (1978–80) • Trollope (1980–83) • Beamish (1983–84) • Macari (1984–89) • Ardiles (1989–91) • Hoddle (1991–93p) • Gorman (1993–94) • Rowland (1994c) • McMahon (1994–98) • Walsh (1998c) • Quinn (1998–2000) • Todd (2000) • King (2000–01) • Evans (2001) • King (2001–05) • Onuora (2005–06) • Wise (2006) • A. Williams (2006c) • Sturrock (2006–07) • Byrne (2007–08c) • Malpas (2008) • Byrne (2008c) • Wilson (2008–11) • Hart (2011) • Bodin (2011c) • Di Canio (2011–13) • Piccareta (2013c) • Miller & Ward (2013c) • MacDonald (2013) • Cooper (2013–15) • Powerc (2015) • Ling (2015) • L. Williams (2015–17) • Flitcroft (2017–)

Chelsea Football Club - Managers

Robertson (1905–06) • Lewis (1906–07i) • Calderhead (1907–33) • Knighton (1933–39) • Birrell (1939–52) • Drake (1952–61) • Docherty (1961–67) • Sexton (1967–74) • Suart (1974–75) • McCreadie (1975–77) • Shellito (1977–78) • Blanchflower (1978–79) • Hurst (1979–81) • Gould (1981c) • Neal (1981–85) • Hollins (1985–88) • Campbell (1988–91) • Porterfield (1991–93) • Webb (1993i) • Hoddle (1993–96) • Gullit (1996–98) • Vialli (1998–2000) • Rix & Wilkins (2000c) • Ranieri (2000–04) • Mourinho (2004–07) • Grant (2007–08) • Scolari (2008–09) • Wilkins (2009c) • Hiddink (2009i) • Ancelotti (2009–11) • Villas-Boas (2011–12) • Di Matteo (2012) • Benítez (2012–13) • Mourinho (2013–15) • Holland (2015c) • Hiddink (2015–16i) • Conte (2016–)

Southampton Football Club - Managers

Knight (1892–95s) • Robson (1895–96s) • McMinn (1896–97s) • Arnfield (1897–1911s) • Swift (1911–12) • Arnfield (1912–19s) • McIntyre (1919–24) • Goss (1924–1925s) • Chadwick (1925–31) • Kay (1931–36) • Goss (1936–37) • Parker (1937–43) • Dominy (1943–46) • Dodgin (1946–49) • Cann (1949–51) • Roughton (1952–55) • Bates (1955–73) • McMenemy (1973–85) • Nicholl (1985–91) • Branfoot (1991–94) • Ball (1994–95) • Merrington (1995–96) • Souness (1996–97) • Jones (1997–2000) • Hoddle (2000–01) • Gray (2001) • Strachan (2001–04) • Sturrock (2004) • Wigley (2004) • Redknapp (2004–05) • Bassett and Wise (2005c) • Burley (2005–08) • Gorman and Dodd (2008c) • Pearson (2008) • Poortvliet (2008–09) • Wotte (2009) • Pardew (2009–10) • Wilkins (2010c) • Adkins (2010–13) • Pochettino (2013–14) • Koeman (2014–16) Puel (2014–17)

Tottenham Hotspur Football Club - Managers

Brettell (1898–99) • Cameron (1899–1907) • Kirkham (1907–08) • Turner (1908–12s) • McWilliam (1913–27) • Minter (1927–30) • Smith (1930–35) • Hardinge (1935c) • Tresadern (1935–38) • McWilliam (1938–42) • Turner (1942–46) • Hulme (1946–49) • Rowe (1949–55) • Anderson (1955–58) • Nicholson (1958–74) • Neill (1974–76) • Burkinshaw (1976–84) • Shreeves (1984–86) • Pleat (1986–87) • Hartley & Livermore (1987c) • Venables (1987–91) • Shreeves (1991–92) • Livermore & Clemence (1992–93) • Ardiles (1993–94) • Perryman (1994c) • Francis (1994–97) • Hughton (1997c) • Gross (1997–98) • Pleat (1998c) • Graham (1998–2001) • Pleat (2001c) • Hoddle (2001–03) • Pleat (2003–04c) • Santini (2004) • Jol (2004–07) • Allen (2007c) • Ramos (2007–08) • Redknapp (2008–12) • Villas-Boas (2012–13) • Sherwood (2013–2014) • Pochettino (2014–)

Wolverhampton Wanderers Football Club - Managers

Worrall (1877–85) · Addenbrooke (1885–1922) · Jobey (1922–24) · Hoskins (1924–26) · Scotchbrook (1926–27) · Buckley (1927–44) · Vizard (1944–48) · Cullis (1948–64) · Beattie (1964–65) · Allen (1965–68) · McGarry (1968–76) · Chung (1976–78) · Barnwell (1978–82) · Greaves (1982) · Hawkins (1982–84) · Docherty (1984–85) · McGarry (1985) · Chapman (1985–86) · Turner (1986–94) · Taylor (1994–95) · McGhee (1995–98) · Lee (1998–2000) · Jones (2001–04) · Hoddle (2004–06) · McCarthy (2006–12) · Connor (2012) · Solbakken (2012–13) · Saunders (2013) · Jackett (2013–16) · Zenga (2016–)

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England England
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England national football team - Managers

Winterbottom (1946–62) • Ramsey (1962–74) • Mercer (caretaker) (1974) • Revie (1974–77) • Greenwood (1977–82) • Robson (1982–90) • G. Taylor (1990–93) • Venables (1993–96) • Hoddle (1996–99) • Wilkinson (caretaker) (1999) • Keegan (1999–2000) • Wilkinson (caretaker) (2000) • P. Taylor (caretaker) (2000–01) • Eriksson (2001–06) • McClaren (2006–07) • Capello (2008–12) • Pearce (caretaker) (2012) • Hodgson (2012–16) • Allardyce (2016) • Southgate (2016–)

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England – UEFA Euro 1980

1. Clemence 2. Neal 3. Sansom 4. Thompson 5. Watson 6. Wilkins 7. Keegan 8. Coppell 9. Johnson 10. Brooking 11. Woodcock 12. Anderson 13. Shilton 14. Cherry 15. Hughes 16. Mills 17. McDermott 18. Kennedy 19. Hoddle 20. Mariner 21. Birtles 22. Corrigan

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England – 1982 FIFA World Cup

1. Clemence 2. Anderson 3. Brooking 4. Butcher 5. Coppell 6. Foster 7. Keegan 8. Francis 9. Hoddle 10. McDermott 11. Mariner 12. Mills 13. Corrigan 14. Neal 15. Rix 16. Robson 17. Sansom 18. Thompson 19. Wilkins 20. Withe 21. Woodcock 22. Shilton

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England – 1986 FIFA World Cup

1. Shilton 2. G Stevens 3. Sansom 4. Hoddle 5. Martin 6. Butcher 7. Robson 8. Wilkins 9. Hateley 10. Lineker 11. Waddle 12. Anderson 13. Woods 14. Fenwick 15. G. A. Stevens 16. Reid 17. T. Steven 18. Hodge 19. Barnes 20. Beardsley 21. Dixon 22. Bailey

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England – UEFA Euro 1988

1. Shilton 2. Stevens 3. Sansom 4. Webb 5. Watson 6. Adams 7. Robson 8. Steven 9. Beardsley 10. Lineker 11. Barnes 12. Waddle 13. Woods 14. Anderson 15. McMahon 16. Reid 17. Hoddle 18. Hateley 19. Wright 20. Dorigo

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England – 1998 FIFA World Cup

1. Seaman 2. Campbell 3. Le Saux 4. Ince 5. Adams 6. Southgate 7. Beckham 8. Batty 9. Shearer 10. Sheringham 11. McManaman 12. Neville 13. Martyn 14. Anderton 15. Merson 16. Scholes 17. Lee 18. Keown 19. L. Ferdinand 20. Owen 21. R. Ferdinand 22. Flowers

  • Manager: England Hoddle