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Crystal Palace: Fans fume at Roy Hodgson after draw vs Fulham

Crystal Palace: Fans fume at Roy Hodgson after draw vs Fulham - Crystal Palace News

Many Crystal Palace are fuming with Roy Hodgson following the South London side’s 0-0 draw with Fulham at Selhurst Park on Sunday.

With the Eagles winning against Brighton last Monday, there was not as much pressure on the match at Selhurst Park, with them being on 32 points before kick-off.

Fulham, on the other hand, are  deep in a relegation battle, but with results going their way this weekend (SofaScore), the match against Roy Hodgson’s side was the perfect opportunity to be the closest to safety that they have been all season.

Obviously points are to be appreciated whenever they come and it looks likely that the club will not get relegated this season, but it is the way that Palace are playing under the manager which is frustrating many of the fan base.

Scott Parker’s side looked to be on top for the whole game, and they had 16 shots, with four on target, whilst Palace only had three, with two being blocked and one off target (SofaScore). This caused ‘#royout’ to trend on Twitter after the game.

With Hodgson’s contract expiring in the summer, performances like the one against Fulham will have many hoping that the manager departs then

Here is how Palace fans reacted to the performance:

“Watching palace is a chore these days #royout”

Credit: @Elliotcpfc20

“Jeez! this is awful ‘football’, #RoyOut

Credit: @Bexhill_Dave

“Awful performance. Mateta dropped. Respect the point. #Royout

Credit: @maxblair50

“No passion, no ambition and no shot on target #RoyOut

Credit: @Gathers25

“@CEO4TAGThis is unacceptable #ROYOUT
Credit: @NTUCKEY41
“Not one decent attempt at goal and no shots on target against a side in the bottom 3, It’s becoming unwatchable #Royout

Credit: @Lyncpfc

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