Hodgson to stay on Palace for next Season
Roy Hodsgon to stay on Palace for next season as manager for next season, he will be on the club until next summer.
The 75 years old is on Vacation, but he will be expected to sign his contract for the coming Campaign after his holiday. Hodgson came back to Selhurst Park in March, replacing Patrick Vierira on a deal until the end of the season.
He had helped Palace to move forward from relegation Zone, taking 18 points from his 10 games incharge to finish 11th in the Premier League. The Scottish FA manager Ian Maxwell Praises Scotland Manager Steve Clarke on his efforts as Incredible impact as being head coach.
Hodgson spent four years in Crystal Palace from 2017 but decided to step away from football in the summer of 2021. The Former England boss was then appointed Watford manager in January 2022 but left five months later after they were relegated to the championship. on the other hand, Steven Gerrard becomes New manager of Al-Ettifaq.
As Crystal Palace were run without a win in 12 matches in all competitions under Vieira before Hodgson returned to his boyhood club. His Managerial Career has spanned more than 45 years and includes stints at Inter Milan, Blackburn, Fulham, Liverpool, West Brom and Palace, While he has also led the national sides of Switzerland, United Arab Emirates and Finland. Chelsea has appointed Mauricio Pochettino as a manager on a three years contract.
Hodgson Managerial Career
In his coaching career managed 22 different teams in eight countries, beginning in Sweden with Halmstads BK in the 1976. Hodgson had great success managing the Swiss national team and helped them reach a new level of football under his charge. At their peak, while managed by Hodgson, Switzerland has been rated as third-best international side in the world according to the FIFA World Rankings.
Before his guidance, Switzerland had not qualified for a major international tournament since the 1966 World Cup. Hodgson took the team to the 1994 World Cup where they only lost one game during qualification in a group that included Italy, Portugal and Scotland. The Swiss went on to easily qualify for Euro 1996 and again only lost one game during qualification.
From 2006 to 2007, he managed the Finland national team, guiding them to their highest-ever FIFA ranking of 33rd place and coming close to qualifying for a major tournament for the first time in their history. He managed the England national team from May 2012 to June 2016.
Other clubs that Hodgson has managed include Inter Milan, Blackburn Rovers, Malmo FF, Grasshoppers, FC Copenhagen, Udinese, Fulham, Liverpool, West Bromwich Albion, Crystal Palace, and Watford.
Hodgson took over as England’s manager in May 2012 after Fabio Capello resigned from the role. The team failed to qualify for the 2018 World Cup, and Hodgson resigned shortly after. During his time in charge of the national team, Hodgson was credited with bringing through a new generation of players like Adam Lallana, and Raheem Sterling.
One of Hodgson’s biggest successes was at Fulham, where he guided the club to their first-ever European final in 2010. He achieved this feat by leading them to a seventh-place finish in the Premier League and also took them past Juventus to the UEFA Europa League Final. In his three years at Craven Cottage, Hodgson’s team recorded victories over Liverpool and Manchester United.
After leaving Fulham, Hodgson was appointed as manager of Liverpool in July 2010. However, he was sacked just six months later following some poor results. Despite this setback, he went on to manage West Bromwich Albion from February 2011 until May 2012.
Hodgson then took the managerial position at Crystal Palace in September 2017 and has since become the longest-serving manager of the club. Under his charge, Palace has solidified its status as a Premier League team and achieved some impressive results.
Against Manchester United, Hodgson has a mixed record. He earned his first Premier League win against the Red Devils in December 2010 when Fulham won 1-0 at Old Trafford. His only other win came in October 2011 when Liverpool beat United 2-1 at Anfield. During his tenure as the head coach with Crystal Palace, Hodgson’s teams have drawn four times with the Red Devils and lost twice both.
In the Europa League, Hodgson has had a largely successful career. During his very first season with Fulham in 2009-10 he managed to take them all the way to the final of the competition. He guided Fulham to a 2-1 victory over Hamburg in the semi-final before they eventually lost 2-1 to Atletico Madrid in the showpiece event.
In the Champions League, Hodgson’s record is somewhat lesser. Although he led Liverpool to the semi-final stage in 2007/08 and Serie A giants Inter Milan to a quarter-final berth in 2012, his teams have largely struggled to make it past the group stages. Hodgson’s Inter Milan team were eliminated after finishing third in their group while his Liverpool team were knocked out by Chelsea on away goals.