Authorities are conducting an investigation following reports of an object being hurled at Roy Hodgson subsequent to Crystal Palace’s loss against Bournemouth.

At present, the police are conducting an inquiry into an occurrence wherein it is claimed that an item was thrown at Roy Hodgson, the manager of Crystal Palace, subsequent to his team’s disappointing defeat of 2-0 against Bournemouth on Wednesday. The 76-year-old expressed his opinion that Palace supporters have become “spoiled” due to their recent achievements, as the sound of disapproval echoed throughout Selhurst Park at the end of the match. Thankfully, Hodgson was not hit by the object and stated that he was oblivious to the incident until it was brought to his notice after the game. The recent performance of Palace has been underwhelming, as they have only managed to win one out of their last eight games. Their upcoming match against Liverpool, who are competing for the title, is a daunting challenge. This game will be televised live on TNT Sports on Saturday. Currently, the Eagles are in 14th place and have a comfortable nine-point lead over the relegation zone. Nevertheless, their performance at home in the Premier League this season has been disappointing, with just one victory.

So far, the Metropolitan Police have stated that there have been no arrests and no injuries reported. However, the inquiry they are conducting is still in progress. Hodgson, who is currently serving his second term as the manager of Palace, came out of retirement last season to lead the team away from the risk of being demoted. Despite their recent difficulties, the club is aiming to reverse their luck and achieve a favorable outcome against Liverpool.

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