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Crystal Palace: Fans react to Paulo Fonseca news

Crystal Palace: Fans react to Paulo Fonseca news - Crystal Palace

Plenty of Crystal Palace supporters have been reacting to an update regarding AS Roma manager Paulo Fonseca on social media.

According to reliable reporter Nicolo Schira, Fonseca will leave his role with the Italian giants at the end of the season.

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Fonseca has reportedly held talks with the Eagles in recent weeks, and Schira claimed that the 48-year-old’s agent ‘has offered him to Crystal Palace’.

Roy Hodgson’s Palace deal expires in a matter of months and it seems as if the club are now lining up his replacement, with the likes of Burnley’s Sean Dyche, Celtic target Eddie Howe and former Chelsea manager Frank Lampard on a three-man shortlist to become Hodgson’s successor last month.

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Palace fans react

Schira shared the update regarding Fonseca on Twitter in the early hours of Saturday morning.

As to be expected, a number of Palace fans had their say on the news, with many excited at the possibility of the Portuguese taking the reins at Selhurst Park.

“Either him or Lampard will take over from Roy in the Summer”

“Just make it happen”

“Ok this is getting me excited”

“It’s gonna happen lads”

“Some of the replies…”

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“I think he has the biggest range of success to failure. If he does well with us, we’ll do very well but if he fails, we’ll go down, likely bottom. The other options like Dyche would be anywhere between 13th-17th imo. But that risk with Fonseca is one we need to take to progress”

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