"It was important to get a result off the back of the Tottenham and Leicester games".
It is a win that virtually assures Bournemouth's Premier League status for what will be a fourth season and surely leaves West Brom without any realistic hope of recovery. "Trust me, we don't want to do it that way, but at this point of the season I think I'll take any way if it means us getting three points".
Palace took the lead in the 23rd minute at the John Smith's Stadium when James Tomkins struck from close range after his first effort was blocked by Jonas Lossl. Bournemouth climbed one place, to 11th on 36 points, eight clear of the relegation zone. "We have had a hard run of games and not got any points", Hodgson said.
However, Foster was unable able to keep out an Ibe shot that bent late 13 minutes from time, before Stanislas ended the Cherries' four-game wait for a league win at the death.
It also equalled their record of seven successive league defeats set between February and April 2003.
The Baggies are bottom of the Premier League, having won just once since Pardew succeeded Tony Pulis in October.
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Pardew said: "Grzegorz came and apologized to me on Tuesday, and to my staff, which is unusual to be honest".
Pardew's men have dropped 24 points from winning positions - more than any other team in the division - and sustained that miserable trend after Bournemouth rallied to ensure Jay Rodriguez's opener, coming after smart work by Salomón Rondón, was worth nothing.
Cenk Tosun netted a brace to guide Stoke City to a 2-1 win over Everton.
In a snow blizzard in the Potteries, Stoke midfielder Charlie Adam lost his cool in the 30th minute when his reckless lunge on Wayne Rooney earned a straight red card from referee Martin Atkinson.
Second-bottom Stoke, three points from safety after one win in their last 12 league games, looked like snatching a point in the 77th minute when Eric Maxim Choupo-Moting converted Joe Allen's cross.