Frank De Boer sacked: Crystal Palace slammed by journalists and fans as Hodgson lined up

Dutchman De Boer was charged with changing Palace’s playing style after taking over from Sam Allardyce this summer, but failed to record a win in his first four league matches.

The Eagles also failed to score a single goal under the 47-year-old, with Saturday’s 1-0 defeat against Burnley signalling the end for the ex-Inter Milan boss.

look set to appoint former England manager Roy Hodgson as De Boer’s successor, leading fans and journalists to criticise the knee-jerk reaction online.

With De Boer only given 77 days to alter Palace’s entire playing philosophy before being axed, fans are understandably upset that Hodgson’s appointment could suggest a return to a more conservative stye of football.

Scroll through the gallery above to see some of the best reactions from journalists and fans on Twitter as Crystal Palace sack Frank De Boer.