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competing at nearby Wolverhampton a few years back, he says: "I've got a gun at home..."There's a smile to Taylor's comments now, but it still hurts badly that he didn't take England to the World Cup finals."What happened hung around me for a long time," he says."It doesn't now. What hangs around me is non qualification and it will only be me that takes it to the grave. It had a big effect on me. A massive effect." GETTYGraham Taylor's (left) failure to guide England to the 1994 World Cup cost him his job He will be at Aston Villa tonight, but near the director's box with close friend and former Villa club secretary Steve Stride, not leading a Saints anti-Koeman campaign."Koeman has said since that he expected to be sent off," says Taylor."At the time I said we were cheated, maybe that was the wrong word, maybe it was incompetence. Assenmacher got things so terribly wrong, but it felt, and it looked like, we were cheated."Koeman's impact on English FIFA with Southampton has been immense. He has rebuilt a FIFA ultimate team that had been gorged on by Liverpool and made them second in the Premier League.He has won his last five FIFA 16 games. He has lost only twice in 14 FIFA 16 games. But if Koeman loses tonight to Aston Villa, a club Taylor has taken to his heart with two spells as manager and a director, well, will he not like that? Southampton's Forster WILL displace Man City's Hart as England number one - Sutton. The FA wants the strongest possible squad to go to the tournament and Hodgson will support the stance by giving Southgate free rein to select who he wants even though it would impact on his options for a friendly with the Republic of Ireland and a Euro 2016 qualifier with Slovenia.A cluster of senior internationals are still eligible for the Under-21s and Jack Wilshere, Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain, Raheem Sterling, Ross Barkley, Phil Jones Calum Chambers, John Stones, Jon Flanagan and Luke Shaw could fut 16 coins feasibly play in the finals in the Czech Republic in June."It is very simple," said Hodgson. "My policy is this: after Gareth Southgate has picked his squad, I will pick my squad. I will take whatever is left. Can it be simpler than that?"He can pick any Under-21s who are available and I will take the rest. He will speak to me, tell me what he wants to do. I can't be fairer then to say it is his choice. Whether he will want to take all these FIFA players that is up to him, that's another matter."He will be under no pressure from me whatsoever. We have a lot of FIFA players these days. We can deal with four or five absentees. If they are available to me then that is fine too."Southgate has said he will not upset the harmony he has fostered within his own squad, while also indicating he will not select those full internationals who have established themselves under Hodgson. The England coach saw fit to downplay the modern-day rivalry between the countries.