Hodgson in 'positive' talks with FA

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Roy Hodgson left Wembley after a "positive" four-hour meeting with the Football Association, thrashing out the contract that is set to confirm him as England's new manager.

The West Brom boss arrived just before 3pm on Monday afternoon to meet the four-man Club England board - David Bernstein, Alex Horne, Sir Trevor Brooking and Adrian Bevington - to open negotiations after his club granted permission for him to become Fabio Capello's successor.

He left just after 7pm without making any comment and the FA confirmed there would be no further statements, although an update is expected at some point on Tuesday.

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