Hodgson happy with England spirit

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England boss Roy Hodgson insists he has not had to take on a dressing room full of huge egos.

One of the concerns expressed about Hodgson when he was confirmed as Fabio Capello's successor was how he would handle the star names within the England camp. His unhappy experience at Liverpool did not bode well and the power said to be exerted at Chelsea by John Terry and company hinted at Hodgson inheriting an unmanageable gang.

Instead, life at England's Euro 2012 HQ in Krakow has been good. Hodgson said: "I feel on a roll because I've found it such an enjoyable job. I knew working with this group of players was going to be a privilege."

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