Over half of Goal.com readers happy with Hodgson's Euro 2012 squad

Wednesday's poll showed that 50.52 per cent of our readers believe the newly-appointed manager was correct, however the second most popular choice said exactly the opposite

Over half of Goal.com readers are happy with Roy Hodgson's England squad selection for Euro 2012, according to our poll.

The removal of former captain Rio Ferdinand and the inclusion of youngster Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain were the biggest shocks from Wednesday's announcement.

John Terry was also given the nod despite his impending court case over alleged racist abuse towards Anton Ferdinand, as did West Ham goalkeeper Robert Green, who hasn’t featured for the Three Lions since his error lead to England drawing their opening game of the World Cup 2010.

Winning 50.52 per cent of the vote, the option "mostly - by and large he is correct" came out as the winner, meaning that there could still be room for improvement, but, overall, it was on the money.

However, 30.93% were not impressed or happy with Hodgson's picks, decrying it as containing "a lot of mistakes".

A small portion of voters went even further, with 10.87% believing that "the squad is a disaster", while a meagre 7.68% opted for the "100% perfect" option.