Hodgson a happy Cottager

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Fulham manager Roy Hodgson has refused to be drawn on the vacant manager's job at Liverpool.

Hodgson has been linked with the job since Rafael Benitez left Anfield but has declared his contentment with his current job at Craven Cottage.

Hodgson, who is working as a pundit for the BBC at the World Cup in South Africa, said on BBC1: "I'm Fulham manager. I'm perfectly happy at Fulham. To be honest there's a lot of speculation but I can't enlighten you."

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