Police investigating Hodgson incidentPolice are investigating reports of an object allegedly being thrown towards Crystal Palace manager Roy Hodgson on Wednesday night. Palace suffered a disappointing 2-0 loss against Bournemouth, with fans reacting with loud boos.At full-time, it was reported an object was thrown in the direction of Hodgson and the Met Police have confirmed an investigation is under way. No injuries have been reported following the incident and there are no arrests, with enquires ongoing. In a fiery mood after the match, Hodgson told Amazon: "The expectations are high, hence the boos. People came here to see us win and we weren't capable of winning."The fact is, the fans have been spoiled here in recent times. They are used to seeing us do very well at home and get good results, and this year we have not been able to do that."They came here today thinking after our good point against West Ham that we would run all over and blow Bournemouth away."But, unfortunately, they are false expectations because Bournemouth are not an easy team to blow away, they are in very good form, confident and winning matches."Hodgson sought to clarify his comments in his press conference, saying he had spoken in the "spur of the moment" and underlining the importance of the fans' support.Sky Sports News has contacted Crystal Palace for comment.