Who is taking charge of Crystal Palace tonight? Duo to step in for Roy Hodgson with Oliver Glasner expected at Goodison Park

Crystal Palace will be without manager Roy Hodgson for their crunch trip to Everton with his assistants set to take over dugout duties. Hodgson has been recovering over the weekend after falling ill at the club’s training ground and being taken to hospital on Thursday. Paddy McCarthy, Roy Hodgson, and Ray Lewington have been in the dugout at Crystal Palace this seasonGetty Images Palace are yet to issue an update on the 76-year-old’s health since confirming he was ‘stable and undergoing tests’. Prior to his illness, talkSPORT understands the Eagles had agreed a deal for Oliver Glasner to replace Hodgson in south London. Eintracht Frankfurt boss Glasner was spotted at upcoming Palace opponent Tottenham’s 2-1 Premier League loss to Wolves on Saturday – but it is yet to be confirmed when he will take charge. The 2022 Europa League-winning manager’s services could be announced after tonight’s game, but until then, Palace will need interim help to cope with Hodgson’s absence. Who is taking charge of Crystal Palace tonight? Paddy McCarthy and Ray Lewington are set to take charge of Palace’s trip to Goodison Park on Monday, live on talkSPORT. The pair oversaw Palace’s 3-1 away defeat to Aston Villa in September when a previous illness landed Hodgson in hospital. Former Palace defender McCarthy’s only other game in charge of the club came in a 4-1 loss away to Arsenal following Patrick Vieira‘s sacking. Lewington has long-been Hodgson’s right-hand man having worked together at Fulham, England and both Palace spells. Hodgson was taken ill at Palace training on ThursdayGetty Kick-off between the two sides at Goodison Park is scheduled for 8pm. talkSPORT will have live and exclusive coverage from Merseyside, presented by Adrian Durham. Commentary comes from Sam Matterface and former England midfielder Danny Murphy. To tune in to talkSPORT or talkSPORT 2 through the website, click HERE for the live stream. You can also listen via the talkSPORT app, on DAB digital radio, through your smart speaker and on 1089 or 1053 AM.

Who is taking charge of Crystal Palace tonight? Duo to step in for Roy Hodgson with Oliver Glasner expected at Goodison Park

Crystal Palace will be without manager Roy Hodgson for their crunch trip to Everton with his assistants set to take over dugout duties.

Hodgson has been recovering over the weekend after falling ill at the club’s training ground and being taken to hospital on Thursday.

Paddy McCarthy, Roy Hodgson, and Ray Lewington have been in the dugout at Crystal Palace this season
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Palace are yet to issue an update on the 76-year-old’s health since confirming he was ‘stable and undergoing tests’.

Prior to his illness, talkSPORT understands the Eagles had agreed a deal for Oliver Glasner to replace Hodgson in south London.

Eintracht Frankfurt boss Glasner was spotted at upcoming Palace opponent Tottenham’s 2-1 Premier League loss to Wolves on Saturday – but it is yet to be confirmed when he will take charge.

The 2022 Europa League-winning manager’s services could be announced after tonight’s game, but until then, Palace will need interim help to cope with Hodgson’s absence.

Who is taking charge of Crystal Palace tonight?

Paddy McCarthy and Ray Lewington are set to take charge of Palace’s trip to Goodison Park on Monday, live on talkSPORT.

The pair oversaw Palace’s 3-1 away defeat to Aston Villa in September when a previous illness landed Hodgson in hospital.

Former Palace defender McCarthy’s only other game in charge of the club came in a 4-1 loss away to Arsenal following Patrick Vieira‘s sacking.

Lewington has long-been Hodgson’s right-hand man having worked together at Fulham, England and both Palace spells.

Hodgson was taken ill at Palace training on Thursday
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Kick-off between the two sides at Goodison Park is scheduled for 8pm.

talkSPORT will have live and exclusive coverage from Merseyside, presented by Adrian Durham.

Commentary comes from Sam Matterface and former England midfielder Danny Murphy.

To tune in to talkSPORT or talkSPORT 2 through the website, click HERE for the live stream. You can also listen via the talkSPORT app, on DAB digital radio, through your smart speaker and on 1089 or 1053 AM.


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