Premier League managers’ distance from their birthplace to the club they manage revealed

Roy Hodgson is back in football, having been appointed the new Crystal Palace manager. 



The Eagles ran out of patience very quickly with Frank de Boer, getting rid of him after four games in charge of the south London club

Hodgson now has the chance to rebuild his reputation after England’s Euro 2016 shambles and will do so at Palace, a club he grew up close to and where he was a youth player.

He hasn’t spent much time in Croydon during his managerial career and has travelled great distances just like these other Premier League bosses.

Add a Comment

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *