CROYDON rightly hails England manager Roy Hodgson as one of its finest exports. We'll even forgive him the Three Lions' abject World Cup exit last summer.
But the former John Ruskin PE teacher has incurred the wrath of social media, by voting not for Ronaldo, Messi or Robben to win the Ballon d'Or - but Argentina schemer Javier Mascherano.
Indeed, Hodgson's second and and third choices - Germans Philipp Lahm and Manuel Neuer - meant he rejected two of the greatest, most talented players the world has ever seen in favour of a defensive midfielder, a full-back, and a goalkeeper.
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