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Sport Hodgson extends Crystal Palace contract through to 2020

14:56  10 august  2018
14:56  10 august  2018 Source:   goal.com

Kouyate and Ayew having Palace medicals

  Kouyate and Ayew having Palace medicals Cheikhou Kouyaté and Jordan Ayew are both due to have medicals ahead of potential moves to Crystal Palace this summer. Ed Aarons of The Guardian claims that Roy Hodgson’s men are closing in on a double swoop for the pair, while an official confirmation over a deal to sign Max Meyer is also imminent. The pair had been expected to move to Selhurst Park this summer, but Palace needed to reach an agreement with their respective clubs. Hodgson has been keen to bring in Kouyaté for extra mobility in midfield, but a deal was held by West Ham looking to send the player to Porto as part of a deal to sign Moussa Marega. Palace needed to strengthen in midfield after losing both Ruben Loftus-Cheek and Yohan Cabaye over the summer. Ayew had been expected to leave Swansea following their relegation. He had been linked tentatively with Liverpool and Celtic, but Palace have won the race to sign him.

Roy Hodgson has reportedly been offered a one-year contract extension that would secure his future at Crystal Palace until 2020 . The former England boss signed a two-year deal when he took over from Frank de Boer at the club last September

Roy Hodgson has been confirmed as Crystal Palace ’s manager to succeed Frank de Boer, who was sacked on Monday after four Premier League games in charge.

Roy Hodgson: Crystal Palace manager Roy Hodgson © Provided by Goal Crystal Palace manager Roy Hodgson

Roy Hodgson has signed a one-year contract extension with Crystal Palace, the Premier League club have announced.

The former England boss turned the fortunes of Palace around after replacing Frank de Boer in September 2017, guiding them to an 11th-place finish in the Premier League.

Palace had been without a point or a goal when he assumed control at Selhurst Park but Hodgson slowly turned their fortunes around, the Eagles eventually finishing 11 points above the relegation places.

Hodgson has added Cheikhou Kouyate, Max Meyer, Vicente Guaita and Jordan Ayew to his squad for the new campaign, and the 71-year-old has agreed a deal of his own until the end of the 2019-20 season.

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Crystal Palace F.C.‏Подлинная учетная запись @CPFC 1 ч.1 час назад. We're delighted to announce that Roy Hodgson has signed a contract extension , keeping him at #CPFC until ! Not trying to sound depressing or sad, but will he even be alive in 2020 .

Crystal Palace have offered manager Roy Hodgson a new contract that would keep him at the club until 2020 . Hodgson , though, looks set to be rewarded with a one-year extension after guiding them to a comfortable 11th-place finish.

"I am delighted to have extended my contract with Crystal Palace," said Hodgson.

"It is a club that has been close to my heart since I was a youngster growing up in the borough of Croydon, and having stood on the terraces in the 1950s, it is a wonderful thing to be managing my boyhood club all these years later.

"We can be proud of our achievements last season in turning things around despite a poor start, but this year we want to ensure we don't endure the same struggles.

"I am thrilled that I have the support of the owners, who believe that I am the right man to help this club move forward and I will do everything I can to make that happen."

Hodgson thinks team will remain unaffected by loss of Holmesdale Fanatics .
Crystal Palace boss Roy Hodgson believes his side will remain unaffected by the loss of the Holmesdale Fanatics. The supporters group had become a stalwart of Selhurst Park matches in recent years, occupying the front-left corner of the Holmesdale Stand and were often seen with flags carrying various messages. In addition, the group brought drums to matches and led much of the singing in South London. However, the club’s planned redevelopment of the stand however led to the group refusing to take their seats in protest, and Crystal Palace then sold the seats to other supporters. Despite the loss, Hodgson thinks it won’t cause too much of an impact: “We have 24,500 people coming in to see us play and I think all of them have that desire to get behind the team,” “If there’s a small band of people who for some reason are in some sort of dispute with the club, I hope that will get sorted out in the best possible way. But it won’t affect me, it won’t affect the team and it certainly won’t affect the atmosphere because, as I say, we’ve got 24 and a half thousand people who make the atmosphere and not just a particular group.” Palace will play their first home game of the season against Hodgson’s former club Liverpool on Monday night.

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