By Harry Bamforth
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Should he stay or should he go?
So, as the debate rages on about whether Roy Hodsgon is the right man for the job, we want to hear what you think.
It is hard not to sympathise with the 76-year-old manager, but it is a results business after all.
Let us know your opinions in the comments.
Despite the pressure on him, Roy Hodsgon seems confident he is the right man to get Crystal Palace out of the mess they currently find themselves in.
The 76-year-old managed to steer them away from the drop last season after re-joining the Eagles in March.
However, this is a different situation to the one he came into last campaign, and the doom and glloim mentality seems to be sweeping the Palace fanbase.
Read more about what Hodsgon had to say, here:
Time running out for Hodgson?
There is no doubt that over the course of his two spells, Roy Hodgson has earned a huge amount of respect for the job he has done at Crystal Palace.
Nevertheless, with just three wins in 19 matches, questions are rightly being asked about his position at the Eagles.
The atmosphere around the club right now is alarming, with fans protesting against their owners with regularity. So, is it time for the club to part ways with Hodgson?
Things will have to change immediatley if he is to keep his job.
Gallagher shines against his former side
There was once a time when Conor Gallagher was wheeling away in celebration at Selhurst Park in the colours of Crystal Palace.
However, two years on from his loan spell at the Eagles, his goals in the blue of Chelsea have plunged Roy Hodgson and his side further into despair.
The 24-year-old’s brace – which included a stoppage-time winner – was just reward for his energetic performance, which is something we are beginning to become accustomed to.
If he continues in this vein of form and builds his partnership with Enzo Fernandez in the middle of the park, how high up the table could Chelsea finish?
The big talk before the game was if Chelsea can find consistency, and if they have turned a corner. Well, it looks like they just might have.
1-0 down at half-time, it looked like the same old story for Mauricio Pochettino’s men, but a Conor Gallagher brace, and a composed Enzo Fernandez stoppage-time finish secured the three points for the Blues.
It may not have been the most convincing of performances, but Cheslea got the job done which was exactly what they needed. Results are the key to success.
The Daily Mail’s Sami Mokbel was at Selhurst Park, read his match report here:
Football just keeps on coming, don’t you just love it!
Firstly, we will bring you all the best reaction from Chelsea’s 3-1 win away at Crystal Palace last night – another step in the right direction for Mauricio Pochettino’s men.
We will also be bringing you all the build-up to the first-leg of Manchester City’s round of 16 Champions League tie with Copenhagen.
I love this time of year; I can already hear the Champions League anthem now – is there any way we can fast forward to tonight already?
Sadly, we can’t, but there will be plenty to dig your teeth into throughout the day, so make sure you stick with us.