- Sun Oct 8 6:55 PM
BRAZILIAN legend Roberto Carlos has launched a shock attack on Crystal Palace boss Roy Hodgson.
- Sun Oct 8 4:53 PM
He made his first-team debut in May, replacing Wayne Rooney
in a 2-0 victory over Crystal Palace
- Sat Oct 7 8:01 AM
The Ivorian has impressed so far this season but was given a rest in the win over Crystal Palace
- Sat Oct 7 7:38 AM
Ronald de Boer sees a '2% chance' of the Netherlands qualifying for the World Cup.
- Sat Oct 7 6:35 AM
Alvaro Morata is clearly determined to do what he can to prove his fitness for Chelsea’s clash with Crystal Palace next weekend. The 24-year-old striker is currently sidelined with a hamstring injury he picked up during the first half of Chelsea’s 1-0 loss to Manchester City in the Premier League...
- Sat Oct 7 12:02 AM
feels its power. The Crystal Palace midfielder was left wide-eyed by the scenes of Tartan Army jubilation that greeted Thursday night’s dramatic success over Slovakia at Hampden.
- Fri Oct 6 10:00 PM
DELE ALLI must play for England tomorrow – but he will be a liability at the World Cup.
- Fri Oct 6 8:58 PM
Teen signed in the last winter window hasn't played one Premier League minute this season — but Blues don't want to sell
- Fri Oct 6 12:33 PM
MERSEY BEAT - DOMINIC KING: This week, four years ago, Liverpool signed off for the international break with a 3-1 home win over Crystal Palace - and Sturridge's hot streak continued.
London Evening Standard
- Thu Oct 5 1:26 PM
Wilfried Zaha returned to training with Crystal Palace today as he eyes a swift comeback to Roy Hodgson's side.
- Thu Oct 5 12:01 PM
The talented winger - widely recognised as the Eagles' most formidable player - has been sidelined since the opening day of the season, but is now back in full training.
- Wed Oct 4 9:09 AM
ALVARO MORATA has revealed on Twitter how he hopes to be back playing for Chelsea when they take on Crystal Palace later this month, before quickly deleting the message.
London Evening Standard
- Wed Oct 4 9:03 AM
Pat Nevin believes Crystal Palace will be worried ahead of the visit of champions Chelsea to Selhurst Park after the international break despite the Blues coming into that game having lost to Manchester City.
- Wed Oct 4 5:00 AM
CHELSEA may not have to worry about rushing Alvaro Morata back for the visit of Crystal Palace.
|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.