In case you’ve been living under a rock for the last 24 hours, you’ll know by now that England were sent crashing out of Euro 2016 at the hands of Iceland, after a desperate 2-1 defeat.
Manager Hodgson resigned shortly after the final whistle, reading out a pre-prepared statement to the waiting media, but refusing to take post-match questions.
However, at a hastily arranged press conference in Chantilly this afternoon, Hodgson did face the music, alongside Glenn.
As we told you at the time, Hodgson gave his thoughts on the match, and generally his time in charge, but it was comments from Glenn which caught the attention of many viewers watching at home.
Surprisingly, one of the men in charge of running English football admitted on several different occasions that he “isn’t a football expert”, and generally didn’t cover himself in glory.
It’s fair to say his appearance didn’t go down well:
— Sky Sports News HQ (@SkySportsNewsHQ) June 28, 2016
Not sure it's a good idea for Martin Glenn to say "I'm not a football expert" twice.
— Tony Barrett (@TonyBarretTimes) June 28, 2016
Martin Glenn, one of the men charged with finding new #ENG manager, has now let us know twice he is "not a football expert."
— Daniel Taylor (@DTguardian) June 28, 2016
Own goal number 2 "I'm not a football expert" says Martin Glenn – top dog at the FA and 1 of the 3 who will name the new manager!
— Dan Walker (@mrdanwalker) June 28, 2016
FA CEO Martin Glenn: "I'm not a football expert." pic.twitter.com/WlUEyh7R2n
— Paddy Power (@paddypower) June 28, 2016
Appreciate Martin Glenn is relatively new but his words are depressingly familiar. Bit of a broken record.
— Matt Lawton (@Matt_Lawton_DM) June 28, 2016
FA Chief Executive Martin Glenn actually said that the current crop of #ENG players are "exciting" ?
— Ak$h4Y (@TheAkshayVara) June 28, 2016
Martin Glenn – "I'm not a football expert". Problems stem right from the top! That's absolutely unbelievable.
— henrybackshall (@henrybackshall) June 28, 2016
Martin Glenn. (Noun)
(Definition) The higher a monkey climbs a tree, the more you can see its arse.
— Mr Keer (@sidecarteam33) June 28, 2016
"I'm not a football expert" Martin Glenn, Chief Exec of the FA. There, ladies and gents, is your basic problem…..
— Vic Polkinghorne (@vicpolky) June 28, 2016
Martin Glenn "I'm not a football expert"? Excited to see who he picks to be the next manager then
— CrockenhillFC (@CrockenhillFC16) June 28, 2016
What do you think of Glenn’s comments, and the state of English football?