- Sat Mar 3 11:34 PM
Jose Mourinho has confirmed that Phil Jones
, Marcos Rojo and Daley Blind will not be fit for Manchester United’s Premier League trip to Crystal Palace on Monday night. The Red Devils head into the game looking to build on their impressive 2-1 victory over Chelsea FC at Old Trafford last weekend,...
- Sat Mar 3 1:28 PM
SkySports Roy Hodgson is hopeful Ruben Loftus-Cheek will return for Crystal Palace within the next week, following an ankle injury lay-off. The 22-year-old has established himself as one of the key players for Palace since arriving on loan from Chelsea, but has and more »
- Fri Mar 2 10:42 PM
The United boss was speaking at his press conference ahead of the trip to Selhurst Park on Monday night
- Fri Mar 2 10:31 PM
Telegraph.co.uk Crystal Palace's injury crisis will be eased by the returns of Martin Kelly and Jeffrey Schlupp in time for Monday's visit of Manchester United. Their availability to strengthen Roy Hodgson's options in defence, where they are most stretched, is also and more »
- Fri Mar 2 2:12 PM
Man Utd face Crystal Palace on Monday night, and Jose Mourinho has confirmed that he will be missing a number of key individuals for the showdown. The Red Devils are still facing a battle to finish in the top four to secure Champions League qualification for next season, with a six-point gap curr...
- Thu Mar 1 11:11 PM
• Midfielder on loan at Crystal Palace feels knee pain • Palace without 11 first-team players for Manchester United game Ruben Loftus-Cheek’s hopes of proving he merits inclusion in England’s World Cup squad have been dealt another blow after the midfielder suffered discomfort in a knee after his...
- Thu Mar 1 10:54 PM
Crystal Palace hope Ruben Loftus-Cheek will return to the club next week despite the midfielder suffering a setback in his attempts to return from an ankle injury.
- Tue Feb 27 4:05 PM
Wilfried Zaha continues to defy the medical professionals at Crystal Palace as he edges closer to a return to Premier League action much faster than anticipated.
London Evening Standard
- Tue Feb 27 10:41 AM
Crystal Palace's crisis at centre-back has been eased after Martin Kelly returned to training.
|We were disappointed by the penalty decision, but we hadn't been playing well,
Hodgson told Sky Sports. All first goals are decisive. Anyone who has seen the replay of the penalty will have seen what I have seen so there is no point commenting.
We, like the players, get caught up in the emotions,
Hodgson said. It is a heat of the moment thing.
We've created more goal chances at home than away,
We need points and we need results,
said Hodgson. If the players think it's going to be easier in some way, they are making a huge mistake and they will be told that.