Skip to main content

Crystal Palace to replace Roy Hodgson with Oliver Glasner

Crystal Palace have entered formal talks with Oliver Glasner to replace Roy Hodgson at the helm of the club. Fabrizio Romano reports that further discussions are expected to take place today, and if they are successful, the Austrian specialist will become the Eagles’ new manager, with Roy Hodgson leaving the post.

Crystal Palace have won just two of their last fifteen games, while suffering nine defeats during the period. In 2024, the team has registered one victory in six matches and has conceded a whopping fourteen goals across the last four outings.

Hodgson was appointed as Crystal Palace’s manager for the 2nd time in his career on March 21st, 2021, and has guided the Eagles in 38 matches, winning 12, while also registering 10 draws and 16 defeats.

Oliver Glasner is a 49-year-old Austrian, who was last in charge of Eintracht Frankfurt for two seasons from July 2021 to June 2023. During his time in Germany, Glasner won the Europa League tournament, and his track record shows 39 wins, 29 draws, and 29 losses in 97 matches with Eintracht.