Roy Hodgson refused entry into Anfield directors' box?

England manager Roy Hodgson looks on at the start of the international friendly football match between England and Scotland on August 14, 2013
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Reports suggest that England manager Roy Hodgson has been refused entry into the directors' box at Anfield by Liverpool officials.

England manager Roy Hodgson has reportedly been refused entry into the directors' box at Anfield by Liverpool officials.

Hodgson, who was sacked by Liverpool in 2011, was forced to sit in the scouts enclosure as there was no room left in the box.

Liverpool have been criticised for not allowing Hodgson, who is at the game ahead of the upcoming World Cup qualifiers, to sit in the chairman's suite and instead downgrading his seat.

Rumours have suggested that Hodgson was reportedly considering walking out of Anfield at half time.

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