Roy Hodgson is relieved that Crystal Palace are closer to securing survival but he warned his team their Premier League status is still far from certain. Roy Hodgson is relieved that Crystal Palace are closer to securing survival but he warned his team their Premier League status is still far from certain. Palace lost their opening seven league fixtures, leading to Frank de Boer's sacking and Hodgson's appointment, and they were then widely considered to be near-certainties for relegation.
Crystal Palace took a further step towards Premier League survival with a 1-0 victory over Burnley which extended the visitors' winless run to seven games. The Clarets climbed to fourth with victory over Stoke last month but have struggled to impress since, and came up short again against a Palace side missing eight first-team regulars.
Roy Hodgson fears Crystal Palace will be frustrated in their attempts to sign new players despite their need growing at the same rate as their injury list. Respective knee and ankle injuries suffered by Jeffrey Schlupp and Andros Townsend mean they will be absent for what their manager described as "months, and closer to one month" when other influential players are also absent.
Can't see how Spence-Peterson is much more than a keep-busy fight for Spence. He's hugely talented; Peterson wasn't even consistent at world-level at light-welter. Would be surprised if he comes close to winning more than a couple of rounds.
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