Roy Hodgson resigns immediately after loss in round of 16.
England was just bounced from EURO 2016 in the round of 16, courtesy of this year's Cinderalla team- Iceland, and before his players could even take their shin guards off, manager Roy Hodgson announced that he was resigning.
England's 2-1 defeat continues the country's downward spiral in major tournaments, having won just four of their last 15 major tournament matches. They've never won a game in the EURO knockout stage outright and if they do in the future it won't be thanks to Roy Hodgson.
His contract was up after the EUROs anyway but he couldn't have made that announcement any sooner. Whistle blows, Hodgson hands in his papers. Taking a page right out of Messi's book.
As for Iceland, they will now go on to face the EURO 2016 hosts, France.
BREAKING: Roy Hodgson resigns as England manager after losing to Iceland in #EURO2016 round of 16— Planet Fútbol (@si_soccer) June 27, 2016