When a team comes from behind to win in a rousing finale, when one substitute makes two goals and another scores a winner, when a side provides evidence of spirit and quality, the natural inclination is to praise the manager. In his time at Anfield, however, Roy Hodgson may be misunderstood but the damning conclusion is that they prospered despite him, not because of him.
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One of his recruits and his replacements, Joe ...