Roy Hodgson’s Crystal Palace did what was almost unthinkable this weekend. In beating Antonio Conte’s champion Chelsea, they ended a record-breaking run of seven matches without a goal scored or a point won. Had Hodgson fallen to another shutout defeat, he would have been the second manager in Premier League history to lose his first 

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Below is the ninth installment of a Euro 2016 column titled “Footé in France” by O-Posts mainstay and top football writer, Adam Gray. The final whistle sounded in Nice and that was it. Roy Hodgson’s four years in charge of England had come to an end leaving a legacy of, well, very little. Hodgson had 

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Stoke City manager Mark Hughes thinks it may be snobbery keeping Ryan Shawcross out of Roy Hodgson’s England squad. He was nodding towards the negative perception that is commonly held towards Stoke players and hinted that Hodgson may have to move on before his star defender receives a long-awaited second cap. However that argument may 

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