Ayew praises Hodgson as he steps down from Crystal Palace manager role

By Majesty 2 Min Read
Jordan Ayew & Roy Hodson

Jordan Ayew expressed his sincere emotions over Roy Hodgson’s decision to resign as Crystal Palace’s manager for health-related reasons.

After falling at the training site, former England manager Hodgson was forced to resign from his position at the club.

Ayew showed his respect for the 70-year-old Hodgson and gave him credit for helping him advance as a player.

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The club is currently attempting to survive in the Premier League when Hodgson leaves.

Oliver Glasner, the former head coach of Eintracht Frankfurt, has recently been named manager of Crystal Palace.

Following Monday night’s 1-1 draw between Crystal Palace and Everton, Ayew discussed how Hodgson has improved him as a player.

He talked about how the seasoned coach had aided him both on and off the pitch, which had improved him as a person and a football player.

Ayew, in tears, told the club website, “When we talk about Roy, I have goosebumps because he’s been so good to me and he’s been a top manager, a top man.”

He was a big help to me and helped me grow as a guy and a football player.

I’m really grateful to him,” he continued.

With two goals and five assists in 21 of the 22 league games that he has started, Ayew has been an important player for Hodgson this season.

Crystal Palace now has 25 points, which puts them in 15th place, despite the tie.

At Selhurst Park this Saturday, they will take on struggling Burnley.

Crystal Palace has appointed Oliver Glasner as new head coach

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