Former Crystal Palace boss Ian Holloway has called on the club to resolve Roy Hodgson’s future before the end of the season.
Hodgson and 11 of his first teamers are out of contract this summer with no progress made on an extension for the ex England coach.
Holloway admitted club chairman Steve Parish faces a difficult summer of choices over the direction of the club but he insisted that Hodgson’s position is the key.
In an interview with Football London.com he said Hodgson should be given a minimum of a one-year extension for next season after the 73-year old looks to have already guided them to a fifth successive year
of Premier League football.
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