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18 September 2017, 12:36 | Conrad Doyle
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Incredibly, five games into the season, not to mind being able to celebrate a win or their first point of the season, Crystal Palace supporters still haven't even been afforded a goal to cheer. You have to work for these things.
Hodgson's approach is very hands-on - he loves to be on the training ground working with you - and he knows exactly what he wants from you in terms of the team's organisation and shape.
The defensive frailties that cost Frank do Boer his job were there for all to see again when Dusan Tadic was given the time and space to fire over a cross that Wayne Hennessey could only parry into the path of the unmarked Steven Davis. You can't play football like that'.
A lovely effort from Manolo Gabbiadini against West Ham, and a tap in from Steven Davis against Crystal Palace.
He told the official Palace website: "This is very much the club of my boyhood, and I remember in my youth watching the club from the terraces at the Holmesdale Road end which gave me such fond memories".
The former England watched glumly as his new players failed to score for the fifth straight match, losing 1-0 to Southampton and seemingly admitting that a relegation battle is upon them with even tougher matches to come. In the second half, Southampton stopped pressuring the Palace players in packs to force them out wide, knowing that every cross will be comfortably dealt with by summer signing Wesley Hoedt and Maya Yoshida.
Roy Hodgson is confident of turning Crystal Palace's fortunes around - but admits things may get worse before they get better. So far this season, he's looked off-colour.
At those smaller clubs, you probably get more loyalty from the players, who do not have the same big names and stature as those at the big clubs.
CRSYTAL PALACE now have the unwanted honour of being the WORST attacking team to start a Premier League season.
"We didn't play well enough".
"Today I thought it was a disappointing performance", said Hodgson on what was his first taste of management since England's defeat to Iceland in the last 16 at Euro 2016 almost 15 months ago. As a result, Bet 365 are giving odds of 19/10 for Crystal Palace to win against Southampton at Selhurst Park on Saturday afternoon.
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