West Brom have identified Crystal Palace manager Roy Hodgson as a possible successor to Sam Allardyce, according to The Sun.
As to be expected, a number of Eagles fans have been giving their thoughts to the link on social media.
According to The Sun (14th May 22:39), Hodgson has no intention of retiring from management. They claimed that, if Allardyce quits The Hawthorns, the Baggies have already placed Hodgson on their radar as a potential successor.
Hodgson spent 15 months as West Brom boss before taking the England job in 2012, and a return to the Midlands could well be on the cards.
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Palace fans react
@cpfc_xtra shared the news on social media on Saturday evening, and here is what these Palace supporters had to say in reply, with a few believing a move has legs.
“Haha it could happen”
“Don’t think he would do that to himself”
“Got a feeling it will happen”
“Good for him, honestly.”
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