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Yes, he has won league and cup honours in both Sweden and Denmark. He also finished runner-up with Inter Milan in the UEFA Cup, as well as leading Fulham to the same position in the revamped UEFA Europa League. He has also managed at the World Cup (in 1994) and qualified for Euro 1996, both with Switzerland, before leaving to join Inter Milan.


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Q: Has Roy Hodgson ever won any trophies as a manager?
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