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Roy Hodgson to leave Crystal Palace and retire as a manager at end of season

  • Hodgson to depart at the end of the season
  • ‘Time is right for me to step away,’ he says

Roy Hodgson is to leave Crystal Palace and retire as a manager at the end of the season. The announcement was made before Wednesday’s game at home to Arsenal, allowing the fans returning to Selhurst Park to pay tribute to the 73-year-old, who has kept Palace in the Premier League since taking over in 2017.

“After more than 45 years of coaching I have decided that the time is right for me to step away from the rigours of top-flight Premier League football, so our final two matches will be my last ones as manager of Crystal Palace,” Hodgson said.

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