When Oliver Glasner will take charge of Crystal Palace revealed by Fabrizio Romano

The day that Oliver Glasner will take over at Selhurst Park for Crystal Palace has been updated by renowned journalist Fabrizio Romano.

Oliver Glasner appears to be taking over as manager of Selhurst Park from Roy Hodgson, thus Crystal Palace will be having a big week.

Before the anticipated personnel change, the Eagles will travel to Merseyside to play Everton in the Premier League on Monday night. This match could be the last one played before the Glasner era is formally inaugurated.

The main issue facing Palace right now is Hodgson’s health; he became ill following a training session on Thursday.

Speaking ahead of the match against Everton, Blues manager Sean Dyche expressed his backing for the Palace manager, saying that the game should come second.

“It’s a big game, and the points are important to us, but more important than the game is his [Hodgson’s] health, and I hope he’s well and has no problems getting through it.”


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When Oliver Glasner could take charge at Crystal Palace

Next week is anticipated to mark the official end of Hodgson’s time as Palace coach. Journalist Fabrizio Romano will give an update on when Glasner will succeed the 76-year-old.

When the journalist revealed the incoming boss’s takeover date, she reiterated her support for the incumbent manager.

Oliver Glasner will hold his first practise as Crystal Palace’s new head coach on Tuesday, following Roy Hodgson’s dignified departure.


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The narrative around the squad’s leadership at the conclusion of the season was once thought to be resolved, but it has since shifted, especially as the Englishman concentrates on his recovery.

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The Eagles will be well-prepared for the forthcoming matches against Burnley and Spurs under the direction of the former Eintracht Frankfurt manager.

Romano went on to say that Steve Parish and the Austrian are anticipated to be present at Goodison Park.

“Glasner also anticipated watching the Everton game with Steve Parish, as he was watching Spurs today in anticipation of the match in two weeks.”

As previously said, Glasner attended the Tottenham Hotspur Stadium to witness Ange Postecoglou’s team lose to Wolves in order to get ready for Palace’s matchup with their opponents in London on March 2.

A busy week at Selhurst is ahead of us, with the Toffees game and Hodgson’s health taking precedence over any anticipated Palace news.

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