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Loftus-Cheek vindicates Chelsea

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 By PA Sport

Palace want permanent Loftus-Cheek stay if possible - Hodgson

Roy Hodgson says Crystal Palace's players deserve the credit for getting off the bottom and into the mix of club's vying for Premier League survival.
Brighton's Australian keeper Mathew Ryan revealed it didn't take him long to learn about the hatred between Crystal Palace and the Seagulls.

Roy Hodgson has revealed Crystal Palace would love to sign Ruben Loftus-Cheek on a permanent basis.

He has also warned any potential bidders for Wilfried Zaha that they are wasting their time.

Both Loftus-Cheek and Zaha have been instrumental in the remarkable improvement seen since Hodgson's appointment as manager, in which Palace have climbed to mid-table from near-certainties for relegation.

If Zaha has produced the finest and most consistent form of his career, Loftus-Cheek -- on loan from Chelsea...

 By Phil Lythell

Chelsea head to Everton with Ross Barkley rumours confusingly still swirling

Chelsea manager Antonio Conte praises his team's perseverance after their last-gasp victory over Bournemouth.

The first of Chelsea's festive fixtures kicks off at Saturday lunchtime in what will be a testing encounter against Everton. With Sam Allardyce now at the helm and Wayne Rooney rebooted if not quite reborn, the atmosphere at Goodison Park should be buoyant.

One player that will not be in the host's lineup is Ross Barkley. The England international has not featured at all this season after incurring a hamstring injury in the summer and although he has resumed full training he is still searching for...

 By PA Sport

Roy Hodgson to discuss rising expectations with Ruben Loftus-Cheek

Roy Hodgson will speak to Ruben Loftus-Cheek about managing the increasing expectations around him following the promising start to his England career.

The 21-year-old's recovery from a back spasm will be assessed before Hodgson selects Crystal Palace's starting XI to host Everton on Saturday, but there is little question interest in him has grown.

He excelled on his England debut against Germany and then showed his potential against Brazil until his injury during the first half, and since then...

Willian on Ruben Loftus-Cheek: 'I don't know why he is at Crystal Palace now'

Chelsea correspondent Liam Twomey grades Antonio Conte and how his side have performed so far this season.

Willian says he does not know why Chelsea allowed Ruben Loftus-Cheek to go on loan to Crystal Palace after facing the 21-year-old in Brazil's goalless draw with England on Tuesday.

Loftus-Cheek was forced off the pitch after just 35 minutes with a back injury at Wembley, days after being named Man of the Match on his senior England debut for an impressive performance in central midfield against world champions Germany.

And speaking after Tuesday's match, Willian, who came off the bench against Gareth...

Why has England's Ruben Loftus-Cheek fallen through the cracks?

For the many who derided Ruben Loftus-Cheek's maiden England call-up as ludicrously premature, the 21-year-old's spectacularly assured debut display against Germany in the 0-0 draw on Friday no doubt came as quite a shock.

People more familiar with his talent and his story, however, know his emergence as a national talking point is long overdue.

Throughout his academy career, coaches, scouts and other observers inside and outside Chelsea spoke about Loftus-Cheek with awe reserved only for the truly...

 By Phil Lythell

Chelsea youth development vindicated by Loftus-Cheek's England debut

Watching Ruben Loftus-Cheek garnish his England debut against Germany on Friday with a fine individual display was immensely gratifying for all Chelsea followers. For those who have watched him through the age groups, imposing himself at every level and consistently standing out among an incredibly talented crop of young players, their faith in his ability was vindicated. It is far too soon say that the 21-year-old has officially made it at the top level but the signs are hugely encouraging.

Predictably,...