- I've been away: so what's that they're yelling at Lee Bowyer? Davies, Hunter // New Statesman;02/14/2000, Vol. 129 Issue 4473, p62
Presents observations on football in Great Britain. Information on Glenn Hoddle as manager of Southampton; Reason for the decision of manager George Graham to stay in the stand; Performance of player Lee Bowyer.
- Hunter Davies. Davies, Hunter // New Statesman;09/11/98, Vol. 127 Issue 4402, p33
Deals with the real person behind the takeover bid for the soccer team Manchester United. Involvement of Glenn Hoddle in the takeover bid; Role of Christian Gross in the bid.
- It's time for English football to grow up. Smith, Ed // New Statesman;3/5/2012, Vol. 141 Issue 5095, p11
The article focuses on British soccer team managers. Topics include how the public and the media often turn against managers due to the team's record and how managers rarely enjoy praise for their hard work. Information is provided on past soccer managers including Graham Taylor, Terry Venables,...
- I have a guilty secret: I think Arsenal's boss is great. Davies, Hunter // New Statesman;11/06/2000, Vol. 129 Issue 4511, p61
Comments on adding value to the Spurs soccer team. Game performance of the Spurs in the past seasons; Complaint of soccer player George Graham; Contribution of manager Arsene Wenger to the Arsenal soccer team.
- Gorgeous George gets ready to take his revenge. Davies, HUNTER // New Statesman;10/02/98, Vol. 127 Issue 4405, p43
Deals with the comeback of George Graham in the football field as a manager of the Arsenal soccer team. Why Graham as manager was considered a different concept; Factors that should be considered by Graham as a football manager.
- Hoddle picks up the cross. Smith, Giles // New Statesman & Society;05/10/96, Vol. 9 Issue 402, p30
Reports on the English Football Association's (FA) appointment of Glenn Hoddle as coach of the national soccer team. Hoddle's career background; Achievements; FA's reasons for its decision to appoint Hoddle; Developments in English football.
- Return of the Messiah with the lily-white thighs. Davies, Hunter // New Statesman;04/09/2001, Vol. 130 Issue 4532, p59
Discusses the return of soccer player Glenn Hoddle to England. Admiration for Hoddle; Observation on his habit.
- Hoddle talks himself out of the England job. // Four Four Two;Feb2013, Issue 224, p30
The article explores the reason behind the resignation of Glenn Hoddle as England sports manager in 1999 after the suggested friendly interviews with the media, in which he shared his views on karma, reincarnation and people with disabilities.
- The successes of Glenn? Er...that great draw against Italy. davies, HUNTER // New Statesman;10/16/98, Vol. 127 Issue 4407, p48
Features Glenn Hoddle as the coach of England's football team. Criticisms against Hoddle; Analysis on the match between England and Bulgaria; Players who were not able to join the English team.