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Former England Manager Glenn Hoddle Joins ITV As Pundit Ahead Of Brazil World Cup
Published February 20, 2014
ITV Sport has "signed up" former England Manager Glenn Hoddle to be its future pundit for England matches and be part of its World Cup team in Brazil, according to Charles Sale of the London DAILY MAIL. Hoddle "will start his new role on ITV's coverage of England's friendly against Denmark on March 5." ITV believes it needs another big name analyst on England int'l nights "with regular pundit Roy Keane having other duties" as assistant to Ireland Manager Martin O'Neill. Hoddle "will also continue to work for Sky Sports on club football and also make appearances on Al Jazeera's BeIN Sport's coverage of the Premier League" (DAILY MAIL, 2/19).