Things seem to be far from working at the Selhurst Park where the number of managers they've had this season is more than the goals they have scored so far. Heading into Week 7 Premier League fixture, The Eagles haven't managed to score any goal, but have conceded a massive thirteen goals in that poor run. The trouble has led to the sacking of the Dutch tactician who only oversaw five games where his side slumped to consecutive defeats without even scoring even a goal. The club has now hired former Liverpool manager, Roy Hodgson to bring his vibrant football and salvage the club that's at the rock bottom of the table and with no league point.

When did the rains start?

The club's misery began when Alan Pardew was at the helm. It was during that period when the Eagles were languishing at the bottom of the league table before hiring the services of the relegation specialist, Sam Allardyce to save them from demotion into Championship League. The mission of The Big Sam worked despite the tricky fixtures the team had, but he left soon after realizing his mission putting the club back to its woe.

Crystal Palace started the new season with the 1998 World Cup semi-finalist player, Frank de Boar who found the kitchen too hot and was consequently shown the door becoming the first Premier League manager to be sacked this season. Former England national team manager, Roy Hodgson is the new manager who lost in his debut game against Southampton before recording the club's first win of the season against Huddersfield Town.

However, the midweek victory wasn't in the Premier League but was in the League Cup against the side that handed them their opening season defeat.

Pundits remain looking if Hodgson's vast coaching experience can take the Eagles out of the drop zone. Other soccer lovers feel that the club should've not let Sam Allardyce leave the club especially after helping the club to avoid relegation.

Can Roy inspire the Eagles into becoming a mid-table club?

Blunt attacking force

Since Crystal Palace is conceding a greater number of goals, its attacking force too should take the blame for failing to score even a single league goal. With Christian Benteke, Wilfried Zaha and Andros Townsend, it baffles many of its supporters how that combination fails to score goals.

Other attacking options include Ruben Loftus-Cheek and Bakary Sako, and Connor Wickham is all failing to put the ball past the opponents' goalkeepers.

From the look of things, all the strikers at the club are of high quality and have a history of good performance in the same league. Christian Benteke, for instance, is a striker who performed well during his spell at Aston Villa prompting Liverpool to secure his signature and he still did well despite suffering numerous injuries during his time at Anfield. Wilfried Zaha who's the of Crystal Palace Academy and has had the privilege to play at Manchester United should have enough experience to salvage his boyhood club. Besides, the acquisition of Ruben Loftus-Cheek from Chelsea on a loan deal should help to rejuvenate the team and inspire them to win more games.

When things are thick the way they are at Palace, players like Jason Puncheon who has played for most of his career for the Eagles needs to offer some leadership that can save the club even sinking into more misery. The midfielder with the Jamaican descent in the past has shown his ability of scoring goals for his side in the periods of need. The million dollar question remains whether the Eagles will find themselves out of danger and escape the downward journey towards the England Championship League.

Johan Cabaye is another player who has enough experience that can help the club overcome its current challenges. The French international can hit the target and at the same time has a proper understanding of Premier League having previously played for Newcastle United. Will Cabaye and Co inspire the Eagles to Premier League survival?