File - England coach Roy Hodgson reacts during Brazil 2014 FIFA World Cup qualifiers, Group H, football match with Ukraine in Kiev on September 10, 2013. AFP PHOTO/ SERGEI SUPINSKY
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Roy Hodgson suffered "dark moments," but did not consider resigning as England manager following his team's disappointing group-stage exit at this year's World Cup in Brazil.Hodgson, 67, guided England to 2-1 defeats by Italy and Uruguay and a 0-0 draw with Costa Rica on their way to early elimination from the tournament.Hodgson said England's preparations were good, but conceded he faced a major rebuilding task for Euro 2016 .The tournament performance of one point from three matches was the worst ever by England."The person who is captain for the Norway game [Sept 3, friendly] will be the person I will be designating to hopefully be the captain in 2016 ".He suggested he was not turning to Frank Lampard, 36, who was England's vice-captain in Brazil. Having left Chelsea, Lampard has started a six-month loan period with Manchester City before joining New York City.
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