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Former England coach Roy Hodgson was named as Crystal Palace's new manager Tuesday, a day after the Premier League club sacked Dutchman Frank de Boer following four league defeats.Hodgson, who began a modest playing career at Palace in 1965, said he was excited to be back in club football after his England reign ended with his resignation after a shock round of 16 defeat by Iceland at the 2016 European Championship.Hodgson's biggest club achievements include seven Swedish titles and one Danish title as well as steering Fulham to the Europa League final against Atletico Madrid back in 2010 .He was also Switzerland coach, taking them to the 1994 World Cup as well as the Euro 96 finals in England, and spent two years at Inter Milan whom he led to the 1997 UEFA Cup final.
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