Roy Hodgson "not pleased" with viral video

Roy Hodgson
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Roy Hodgson suggests that television cameras should be banned from the dugout.

Roy Hodgson has suggested that television cameras should be banned from the dugout.

Hodgson, who was filmed banging his head against an advertising board during West Brom's defeat to Everton, has become an internet sensation on video-sharing website YouTube.

However, the Baggies boss insists that cameras should be focused on matches, not managers.

"I'm not pleased about it," he said. "I didn't do it for the TV cameras. I did it because I was so disappointed and frustrated.

"Maybe the younger coaches have come to terms better with the fact whatever they do is caught on camera. I don't think people come to matches to watch coaches."

Meanwhile, West Brom welcome Norwich to the Hawthorns this afternoon.

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