Thursday, October 21, 2010

Hodgson Admits Unhappiness At Liverpool

Liverpool boss Roy Hodgson says he has no regrets taking the job. Hodgson admits being "unhappy", but only with the club's poor results so far. Asked how it felt to be Reds boss at this moment in time, he replied: "It's an honour to be manager of Liverpool, that's what it is. Obviously it would be a happier time for me if we were winning every game and we weren't second from bottom in the table. "But it doesn't change the fact that I came to Liverpool because it's a great club, a great job and a great opportunity to help the club rebuild and regain former glorious positions. We still believe we can turn this situation around. "If you ask me how happy I am, I am unhappy. But I would be unhappy at any club anywhere in the world if we were lying second from bottom in the table and only had six points from eight games."

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