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Sky Sports - Mon Mar 5 2:35 PM
SkySports Diego Cavalieri has joined Palace until the end of the season. Image courtesy of Crystal Palace FC. Crystal Palace have signed former Brazil goalkeeper Diego Cavalieri until the end of the season. The 35-year-old played under Roy Hodgson at Liverpool and more »
London Evening Standard - Mon Mar 5 7:24 AM
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Mirror - Mon Mar 5 5:26 AM
PLUS: Steven Gerrard lifts lid on Roy Hodgson's 'uncomfortable' reign as Liverpool manager
Goal.com - Sun Mar 4 4:38 PM
The German international has torn many defences to ribbons this season, but admits to struggling against Crystal Palace's Timothy Fosu-Mensah
Soccernet - Fri Mar 2 7:18 PM
Three-time MLS Cup champions Alejandro Moreno reacts to the first MLS power rankings of the season and evaluates which sides can make a run at MLS Cup. Alejandro Moreno and Herculez Gomez preview the favorites to lift the MLS Cup this season in a league where the haves are separating themselves f...
Irish Independent - Fri Mar 2 6:53 PM
Crystal Palace have signed former Liverpool goalkeeper Diego Cavalieri.
Mirror - Fri Mar 2 6:02 PM
The 35-year-old Brazilian previously worked under Palace manager Roy Hodgson at Liverpool in 2010
Goal.com - Fri Mar 2 4:28 PM
The 35-year-old, a free agent after leaving Fluminense last year, has added to the goalkeeping options of Eagles boss Roy Hodgson at Selhurst Park
Daily Mail - Fri Mar 2 3:31 PM
The former Liverpool stopper, 35, was a free agent after being released by Fluminense in his native Brazil at the end of the 2017 season.
Sky Sports - Fri Mar 2 2:45 PM
SkySports Will Eden Hazard or Belgium compatriot Kevin De Bruyne come out on top on Super Sunday? Will Crystal Palace beat Manchester United for the first time in the Premier League? Who will win the battle of the Belgians when Man City host Chelsea?And can and more »
London Evening Standard - Fri Mar 2 11:49 AM
Roy Hodgson says he is open to the possibility of signing a contract extension but insists he is for now only focused on keeping Crystal Palace up.
Daily Telegraph - Fri Mar 2 10:42 AM
Telegraph.co.uk The chairman of Crystal Palace on Wednesday declared that hundreds of millions of pounds being wiped off the value of the Premier League's UK television deal was a good thing because its clubs “waste a lot of money” and had “got lazy”. Steve Parish and more »
Sky Sports - Fri Mar 2 9:01 AM
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Daily Mail - Thu Mar 1 12:23 PM
Crystal Palace are poised to confirm the signing of goalkeeper Diego Cavalieri after agreeing a short term contract until the end of the season.
London Evening Standard - Thu Mar 1 11:31 AM
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101greatgoals - Thu Mar 1 8:43 AM
Crystal Palace sign Diego Cavalieri We may be out of the transfer window, but Crystal Palace have made an addition to their squad in the last few hours. It was initially thought that Crystal Palace would sign Diego Cavalieri for the start of the 2018/2019 season, but that has been brought forward...
I know how hard it is to coach teams, because I'm a coach too, said Palace boss Roy Hodgson after the game. He gets a lot of credit for that, because he deserves it.
Daily Mail - 10:37 PM
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.
Daily Telegraph - 9:51 PM
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.
Sky Sports - 6:58 PM
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.
Mirror - 3:45 PM