So who now for England?

So who now for the England job?The FA have said they won't rush into things, so let's take a look who they could be looking at.

SO WHO now for the England job.

The FA have said they won't rush into things, so let's take a look who they could be looking at:


Remains the top British manager and has made steady progress with a developing Aston Villa side. The obvious choice, though much would depend on his interest in the role.

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Still without a job after his recent departure from Chelsea, Mourinho can afford to be picky. Pricey, but could be worth it.

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An extended deal at Arsenal and a record for shunning Englishmen reduce the likelihood of him becoming the new England boss. Probably not a fans' favourite.


The man who should have got the job when Sven-Goran Eriksson departed. He could be open to the idea of coaching one of the world's 'bigger' countries but has agreed a new contract in Russia.


The other top-class manager who slipped through the net in 2006. The Portugal boss was set to take the job until a late change of heart.


Redknapp has consistently coaxed the best out of players throughout his career. His man-management and tactical awareness are right up with the best. But even he might struggle with the current England lot!


The Newcastle boss was high on many short-lists last time, but it seems his much-criticised style of football may have cost him. Could feature if Newcastle don't improve!

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