Roy Hodgson on Joe Hart's 2014 World Cup hopes
England boss Roy Hodgson tells BBC Sport's Natalie Pirks he "feels sorry" for Joe Hart now that his number one goalkeeper cannot get a game for Manchester City.
Looking ahead to the 2014 tournament, Hodgson admits Luis Suarez is a major threat but believes his forwards can challenge the Uruguayan defence.
Hodgson also said there has been "an exaggerated response" to FA Chairman Greg Dyke's throat-slitting reaction to England's World Cup draw.
Click here to hear Hodgson's mixed emotions about Manaus, the Amazonian city where England play their World Cup opener.
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