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1 Pardew bites the dust on Thu Dec 22 2016, 16:33

rammywhite

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El Hadji Diouf
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Alan Pardew has been given the push.
That's another manager sacked because of poor performances- what do owners want from their managers.. Not everyone can guarantee success and I think that Pardew would have kept them up this season as there are far worse outfits than Palace (Hull, Swansea and Sunderland to name three of them|).
For a club like Palace remaining in the premiership is success!

Apparently the fat greedy walrus is favourite for the job

2 Re: Pardew bites the dust on Thu Dec 22 2016, 16:39

boltonbonce

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Nat Lofthouse
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Bit surprised they chose to do it now,but,as someone once said, 'It's a funny old game'.

3 Re: Pardew bites the dust on Thu Dec 22 2016, 16:40

Boggersbelief

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Nat Lofthouse
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Allardyce big favourites. He's coming home

4 Re: Pardew bites the dust on Thu Dec 22 2016, 16:52

whatsgoingon

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Frank Worthington
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rammywhite wrote:Alan Pardew has been given the push.
That's another manager sacked because of poor performances- what do owners want from their managers.. Not everyone can guarantee success and I think that Pardew would have kept them up this season as there are far worse outfits than Palace (Hull, Swansea and Sunderland to name three of them|).
For a club like Palace remaining in the premiership is success!

Apparently the fat greedy walrus is favourite for the job
With the talent at their disposal there record in 2016 reads like a train wreck, they have the worst record in the English leagues and without a good start last season they'd have gone down.
With the likes of Zaha, Benteke, Townsend, Puncheon, Cabaye, MacArther, there is no way that is the worst squad in the league so something is wrong somewhere.

5 Re: Pardew bites the dust on Thu Dec 22 2016, 18:43

Norpig

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John McGinlay
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i saw their points total for this calender year and i'm surprised he lasted this long to be honest

6 Re: Pardew bites the dust on Thu Dec 22 2016, 19:17

MartinBWFC

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El Hadji Diouf
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Well at least David Moyes can breathe a sigh of relief

7 Re: Pardew bites the dust on Thu Dec 22 2016, 20:44

terenceanne

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whatsgoingon wrote:
rammywhite wrote:Alan Pardew has been given the push.
That's another manager sacked because of poor performances- what do owners want from their managers.. Not everyone can guarantee success and I think that Pardew would have kept them up this season as there are far worse outfits than Palace (Hull, Swansea and Sunderland to name three of them|).
For a club like Palace remaining in the premiership is success!

Apparently the fat greedy walrus is favourite for the job
With the talent at their disposal there record in 2016 reads like a train wreck, they have the worst record in the English leagues and without a good start last season they'd have gone down.
With the likes of Zaha, Benteke, Townsend, Puncheon, Cabaye, MacArther, there is no way that is the worst squad in the league so something is wrong somewhere.
He pissed away a ton of money of that donkey Benteke ...... Zaha is overrated and Townsend can't get into the first team...so no they don't have has much talent as it says on paper. I'm not sure Pardew has a good eye for talent .... he pissed away plenty at Newcastle also.

8 Re: Pardew bites the dust on Fri Dec 23 2016, 00:19

whatsgoingon

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Frank Worthington
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terenceanne wrote:
whatsgoingon wrote:
rammywhite wrote:Alan Pardew has been given the push.
That's another manager sacked because of poor performances- what do owners want from their managers.. Not everyone can guarantee success and I think that Pardew would have kept them up this season as there are far worse outfits than Palace (Hull, Swansea and Sunderland to name three of them|).
For a club like Palace remaining in the premiership is success!

Apparently the fat greedy walrus is favourite for the job
With the talent at their disposal there record in 2016 reads like a train wreck, they have the worst record in the English leagues and without a good start last season they'd have gone down.
With the likes of Zaha, Benteke, Townsend, Puncheon, Cabaye, MacArther, there is no way that is the worst squad in the league so something is wrong somewhere.
He pissed away a ton of money of that donkey Benteke ...... Zaha is overrated and Townsend can't get into the first team...so no they don't have has much talent as it says on paper. I'm not sure Pardew has a good eye for talent .... he pissed away plenty at Newcastle also.
I'd still fancy that group of players managed and motivated playing to a system to achieve more than they have. They were in the top 6 in the first half of last season and then they just dropped off a cliff

9 Re: Pardew bites the dust on Fri Dec 23 2016, 07:26

finlaymcdanger


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That's a quality squad compared with what Allaryce has worked with previously. A bit of defensive help in the window and he''ll have them finishing well away from trouble. A far easier job than his last in the Premier League.

Benteke and Zaha both the type of player he loves to work with and if he can sort Dann out at the back he will be laughing all the way to another £1m+ bonus.

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