London (AFP) – Crystal Palace manager Roy Hodgson said Thursday he feels vindicated by the two-match ban handed to Everton striker Oumar Niasse for diving and hopes that it deters others. The Senegalese striker became the first Premier League player to be punished under new Football Association rules that allow retrospective action for diving. Show More Summary
Crystal Palace will not move for Arsenal star, confirms Hodgson - originally posted on Sportslens.com Crystal palace manager Roy Hodgson has dismissed speculation linking Arsenal midfielder Jack Wilshere with a move to Selhurst Park....Show More Summary
This is what Roy Hodgson said about Crystal Palace’s alleged £13.5m deal for Arsenal 25-year-old - originally posted on Sportslens.com Crystal Palace manager Roy Hodgson has ruled out signing Arsenal midfielder Jack Wilshere in January, reports the Evening Standard. Show More Summary
Arsenal midfielder Jack Wilshere is a transfer target for Crystal Palace manager Roy Hodgson. The former England boss is hopeful of bringing him to South London in January. The Eagles are confident of attracting the 25-year-old with the prospect of regular football. Show More Summary
Crystal Palace boss Roy Hodgson felt Wilfried Zaha's 96th-minute equaliser against West Ham earned his side scant reward from a game they dominated.
Crystal Palace manager Roy Hodgson says a point is "scant reward" for his players' performance after his team score a 97th-minute equaliser to draw 2-2 at home to West Ham.
Manager Roy Hodgson has departed to raucous applause after Crystal Palace roar back from two goals down to draw with West Ham 2-2 at home in the EPL
Crystal Palace manager Roy Hodgson has this afternoon confirmed that striker Christian Benteke will be out for another 4-5 weeks with injury. Crocked Belgian hitman Benteke has been on the sidelines since picking up a knee injury during his side’s Premier League matchup with Manchester City at the end of last month, with the original […]
Crystal Palace boss Roy Hodgson says his side deserved at least a point after a 1-0 defeat to Newcastle United at St James' Park.
London (AFP) – Crystal Palace manager Roy Hodgson says he has worked hard to keep his players’ feet on the ground after they finally scored their first goals and won their first game of the Premier League season. Palace visits Newcastle...Show More Summary
Roy Hodgson says his Crystal Palace team would be "foolish" to think they have earned a fresh start to the season after beating Chelsea.
Crystal Palace manager Roy Hodgson is delighted for match-winner Wilfried Zaha after the returning forward scores the decisive goal in a 2-1 win over champions Chelsea at Selhurst Park.
Goal-mad Manchester City, Tottenham's Harry Kane and Roy Hodgson feature in the 10 best stats from Saturday's top-flight games.
A drug Chelsea boss Antonio Conte has claimed he understands why Roy Hodgson decided to return to management – and that football is a very addictive thing. He also offered some insight into his own thoughts, and said that he may not be in management by 70, but that football does draw you back in, […]
Former Real Madrid and Brazil defender Roberto Carlos has today aimed a surprise rant at Crystal Palace manager Roy Hodgson. Legend Carlos, who called time on his career in 2012 before coming out of retirement for a brief Indian stint in 2015, is widely regarded as one of the greatest South American full-backs in history. […]
Man United 4 – Crystal Palace 0 To no one’s surprise, Manchester United crushed Crystal Palace with ease on Saturday. Roy Hodgson’s Crystal Palace remain pointless and goalless so far this season and it is difficult to see how they come back from this horrendous start. Palace’s next game, after the international break, is at […]
Roy Hodgson compares his Crystal Palace team to "a boxer fighting in a class he's not able to handle" after a 4-0 defeat by Manchester United.
Roy Hodgson says Crystal Palace are "wounded" following their 4-0 defeat to Manchester United, the Eagles have lost all seven Premier League games this season without scoring.
Crystal Palace striker Christian Benteke will be sidelined for at least six weeks with a knee injury.
London (AFP) – Roy Hodgson says it will take time for Crystal Palace to get back on track despite securing a much-needed win in the League Cup to end a dismal run of form. The south London club, rooted to the bottom of the Premier League with five defeats out of five — and no goals scored — beat Huddersfield 1-0 in the third round on Tuesday. Show More Summary