Euro 2012: Roy Hodgson says England should be optimistic

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England manager Roy Hodgson expresses his disappointment following England's exit from Euro 2012 after losing to Italy on penalties.

However, the former West Brom boss remains optimistic for the future and says he is confident in the ability of the young players coming through.

Hodgson, who was appointed England manager on 1 May, concedes the national side must become better in possession but he says there were plenty of factors which pleased him about the team's performance.

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