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Crystal Palace To Wait Until After Trip To West Brom To Name Ian Holloway Successor

Pulis has never been relegated in his 27-year managerial career. 

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Relegation-threatened Premier League outfit Crystal Palace may now wait until after their weekend fixture against West Bromwich Albion before appointing a successor to recently departed head coach Ian Holloway at Selhurst Park, according to reports in the Guardian.

The Eagles caretaker boss Keith Millen took charge of the club’s home encounter against Arsenal in the Premier League on Saturday, with the strugglers losing 2-0 to then fall to the bottom of the table following Sunderland’s victory over Newcastle United the following day.

However, it is understood that Palace co-chairman Steve Parish still needs more time to convince former Stoke City manager Tony Pulis to take on the role, while the club itself also needs to ascertain whether they are willing to meet the Welshman’s £1.5 million-per-season wage demands.

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