Hodgson's Highs . . .
Hodgson, aged 28, turned the Swedish side from relegation candidates to league champions in his first season, before adding a second title in 1979.
Staying in Sweden, Hodgson won five consecutive league championships and two Swedish Cups, as well as knocking Inter out of the European Cup in 1989.
Neuchatel Xamax (1990-92)
Hodgson led the unfancied Swiss side to two laudable Uefa Cup victories in 1991, beating Celtic 5-1 and Real Madrid 1-0 as they reached the third round.
Guided the unfashionable national team to the last 16 of the 1994 World Cup, before comfortably sealing qualification for Euro '96.
Led Inter Milan to the Uefa Cup final in his final year in charge at the San Siro, before narrowly losing to Schalke 04 on penalties.
Initially saved the club from relegation before leading them to the Europa League final last season, where they lost to Atletico Madrid in extra-time.