|He (Zaha) probably gets a bit more freedom (away from home) as there is no doubt that it is harder for teams to sit in and to double up all the time,
said Palace manager Roy Hodgson.
I'm not ruling out the fact that something like that could come up,
said Hodgson. No one at the club has really got any interest in selling Wilf, so we're rather hoping that we won't get those offers. But I'm realistic and it would be a club issue.
My empathy is with Cardiff City, they've worked so hard all season and been a credit the to league,
said Palace manager Hodgson. They have never given up, they've shown all the qualities and fighting spirit we associate with English football to fight against relegation. They deserv...
He's on a four-year contract, he's one of our highest-paid players and he's absolutely adored by the fans and everyone in south-east London,