Crystal Palace manager Roy Hodgson fed up of being a loser

Hodgson is fed up

Roy Hodgson has admitted he is fed up after seeing his side drop points again.

Crystal Palace lost to Everton after missing a penalty and seeing the Toffees score two late goals.

Now, he’s claimed the feeling of losing all the time is getting to him.

He also made it clear Palace need to score more goals.

Hodgson lamented the fact they missed a penalty that could have seen them take a commanding lead in the game.

It was a huge win for Everton, but a massive blow for Palace.

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“The first goal was a massive blow after defending so well,” he told Sky Sports.

“Also, the chance to put ourselves in a commanding position and not take it from the penalty.

“It’s hard to stand here as a loser again. I could have been standing here as a winner or someone who has coached their team to a positive point. But they scored the goals and we didn’t.”

LONDON, ENGLAND – DECEMBER 12: Roy Hodgson, Manager of Crystal Palace looks on during the Premier League match between Crystal Palace and Watford at Selhurst Park on December 12, 2017 in London, England. (Photo by Catherine Ivill/Getty Images)

A relegation fight

It was a hard blow for Palace to take.

It simply was not their day. Though that will be scant consolation to their fans and indeed players and manager.

 

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They need to start picking up points and fast.

Hodgson knows how quick and easy it is to get into a relegation fight in the Premier League.

The club are only two points off the bottom after losing against Everton.

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