- Fri Feb 23 7:04 PM
ESPN FC's Mark Donaldson and Paul Mariner square off in predicting all of the Premier League fixtures from week 28. Roy Hodgson has revealed Crystal Palace hope to imminently conclude the signing of Brazilian goalkeeper Diego Cavalieri. The 35-year-old has been training with Hodgson's squad follo...
- Fri Feb 23 5:33 PM
Diego Cavalieri has been training with Crystal Palace for the past week after being released by former club Fluminese
- Fri Feb 23 4:40 PM
Roy Hodgson has revealed Crystal Palace hope to imminently conclude the signing of Brazilian goalkeeper Diego Cavalieri. The 35-year-old has been training with Hodgson's squad.
- Wed Feb 21 11:23 PM
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- Tue Feb 20 8:30 AM
Tottenham are set to renew their interest in Crystal Palace winger Wilfried Zaha in the summer. The Ivory Coast international has been key to Roy Hodgson's side as they bid to battle the drop.
- Tue Feb 20 6:30 AM
Chelsea are reportedly poised to step up interest in Wilfried Zaha The Crystal Palace winger has been in fine form this season Tottenham and Manchester City are also in for Zaha READ MORE: Real Madrid face major concern, five stars want Chelsea target axed Chelsea are reportedly set to step up th...
- Mon Feb 19 10:30 PM
Spurs have been told 'No' twice and signed £25m winger Lucas Moura in January but still hope to beat Big Six rivals to star
- Mon Feb 19 6:12 PM
Eliaquim Mangala was hurt in Everton's win over Crystal Palace. Everton could be without on-loan Manchester City defender Eliaquim Mangala for the rest of the season. Mangala had to come off before half-time in the 3-1 home win over Crystal Palace, and manager Sam Allardyce said he would be a "lo...
|I'm frustrated, because we created enough chances to win the game, but not too disappointed,
said Hodgson. When teams defend as well as Newcastle did, they will feel they deserved the bit of luck needed to get a point.
They were very well organised and disciplined and it wasn't easy to get through them,
said Hodgson. But I did think we did enough to get the goal that would have won the game, but the thing that pleased me was that games like that can often go against you.
People are entitled to say what they think, if it is heartfelt and honest,
said Hodgson. It is the person making the comment who has to stand for that, and I don't think it is for others to chip in and make comments about it.
We played Liverpool and did well enough to get something,
Hodgson said. Southampton we didn't play well, but even then had opportunities to equalise.