- Fri Sep 29 2:27 PM
Roy Hodgson has admitted "unknown quantity" rookie Freddie Ladapo could be the solution to Crystal Palace's striker crisis at Manchester United.
- Thu Sep 28 7:12 PM
The French left-back picked up a knee injury during last weekend's 5-0 victory over Crystal Palace
- Thu Sep 28 12:40 PM
has created his ideal footballer made up of attributes from current players, and the Chelsea ace has sprung a big surprise.
- Thu Sep 28 9:58 AM
Today’s fluff is just a jump to the left Close your eyes, sit back and think yourself back to the 2008-09 season . These were happier times. Innocent times. Sir Alex Ferguson was still warming the bench and indeed the dressing-room air at Manchester United; Arsène Wenger could still be relied upo...
- Thu Sep 28 12:05 AM
PLUS: Crystal Palace might have found a new strike recruit, while Manchester United have reportedly sent scouts to Roma
- Wed Sep 27 11:14 PM
is linked with a move to Crystal Palace, Man Utd track Radja Nainggolan, plus more transfer talk.
- Wed Sep 27 10:30 PM
CRYSTAL PALACE have stepped up their shock bid to bring Carlton Cole
out of mothballs and into their desperate relegation battle. Striker Cole, 33, is a free agent but has been training with Southend United following a spell in Indonesian football. Palace boss Roy Hodgson has turned to Cole to he...
- Wed Sep 27 4:18 PM
DESPERATE Crystal Palace boss Roy Hodgson is considering handing his former England star Rickie Lambert
a career lifeline to solve his striker crisis. The Eagles are bottom of the Premier League without a point or a goal after six matches. If things were not bad enough for the South London side,...
- Tue Sep 26 11:55 AM
CRYSTAL PALACE are weighing up an emergency move for former England striker Carlton Cole
|We played four games and normally I like to play six, seven games,
said De Boer.
I am just focusing on what I can control and so are my staff and my players,
said De Boer. [The future] is for other people to decide but while I'm the manager of Crystal Palace I will give 100%.
As a manager you always have more pressure,
said De Boer. As a player I was nervous before games, you need tension to perform, and when the referee whistled, it was over, I was focused on the game.
You still have to be very p off if you don't get the result you want,
said de Boer. But if everything is correct and how you wanted to play and you don't get the result because the opponent is better, then you can live with it.