“Absolutely spot on” – Some Palace fans discuss comments that “the Roy lovers won’t have any of” | FootballFanCast.com #CrystalPalace

“Absolutely spot on” – Some Palace fans discuss comments that “the Roy lovers won’t have any of” | FootballFanCast.com




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Crystal Palace fans have taken to Twitter to react to ex-Eagles chairman Simon Jordan’s comments to talkSPORT.

The 52-year-old occupied the hotseat at Selhurst Park from 2000 to 2010, when the Eagles entered administration and were saved by a consortium named ‘CPFC2010’ led by Steve Parish, who is still at the club alongside American investors David Harris and Josh Blitzer.

Jordan was speaking about Roy Hodgson and the former England manager’s style of play, saying that it seems as if the 72-year-old sets his side up to not lose the game instead of going out to win it.

The former chairman also added that the ex-Liverpool manager is a safe pair of hands, although he finds it hard to see the Eagles making any sort of progress under him, especially if Wilfried Zaha leaves in the summer.

Hodgson will be out of contract at Selhurst Park come the end of the season, and he is believed to be in talks to sign a one-year extension – however, Premier League survival is still not secured with the south Londoners only six points above the drop zone.

Who do you think has been the better chairman?

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Let’s see what the Crystal Palace fans on Twitter have said about his comments…

To kick off the reaction, Stan simply said that Jordan was “speaking facts” – in truth, it is difficult to disagree with his comments seeing as Hodgson’s side have scored the fewest goals in the Premier League this season, and always seem to set up negatively.

Elsewhere, these two supporters both said that the ex-Eagles supremo was “absolutely spot on”.

Tom Curtis also referred to the club’s recent form, in which Palace have won only three of their last 19 outings – he also mentioned that the “Roy lovers won’t have any” of Jordan’s comments.

Meanwhile, Ross and Phil were also in agreement with the talkSPORT pundit’s views, with Ross saying that Jordan “does actually talk some sense sometimes”.

Phil then added that the fact Palace have barely spent any money in the last few windows also shows their level of ambition – the Eagles only signed Cenk Tosun on loan last month, and spent less than £5m in the summer.

Lastly, Kev simply said that he “can’t help but agree”.

It certainly will be interesting to see where the south Londoners end up this season if Hodgson sticks to his current tactics.

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