Crystal Palace set unwanted record in Roy Hodgson's first match

Roy Hodgson looks on during a Melbourne City A League training session at City Football Academy

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It is the club he supported as a schoolboy and where he made a brief, unsuccessful attempt to become a professional player.

Key personnel Christian Benteke, Mamadou Sakho and Luka Milivojevic were all present during the session as they look to make a positive start under their new manager. We are getting a pretty good price on this bet and due to that, I am going to suggest this bet.

The visitors were able to take advantage of some woeful Palace defending, Dusan Tadic getting in down the right and delivering a low cross which Wayne Hennessey palmed away, only for Davis to slot the ball in to an unguarded net having reacted quickest.

"Careers are defined by small moments".

"I was lucky to manage Barcelona with many outstanding performances but this week has been a lot of goals", said manager Pep Guardiola. "That was a chapter in my life and that chapter is now finished and I am really focused on the next one". "That would be special because I am a Croydon boy". Fulham in 2007-08 and West Brom in 2010-11 were challenges he took on with less margin for error. "It's part of our job, football is sometimes efficiency, you have to convert these chances and I see the next game as the opportunity to keep improving". "This season I will have 34 parties".

Mauricio Pellegrino's charges have endured a stuttering start to the season so far and the Saints suffered their first Premier League loss of the season when they slumped to a dismal 2-0 defeat against Watford at St Mary's last weekend.

And he got to meet his inherited squad for the first time less than 24 hours later at the club's Beckenham HQ as they prepared for Saturday's visit of Southampton. Even the personal embarrassment that Nice brought could not tiresome that devotion.

Hodgson said: "Matches do get lost when you are a football coach, especially in tournament football, where, when the match is lost, the tournament is over for you". "I enjoyed my time with England; a huge honour".

"People care, they want to do better".

"But it's over", he continued. That time is gone. That chapter is finished.

On the other hand, the Crystal Palace hierarchy will be becoming increasingly concerned by the threat of relegation as the Eagles still lacked any offensive quality or fresh ideas despite the change of manager this week.

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