Sam Allardyce has announced he is to leave his post as Crystal Palace manager following the end of the Premier League season.
The former England, West Ham and Bolton boss has announced he is to leave his post at Selhurst Park and retire from football management Crystal Palace manager Sam Allardyce has announced he is to
Crystal Palace manager Sam Allardyce has announced he is to quit the club and retire from football management. Allardyce announced his decision in a statement released via his agent on Tuesday
Sam Allardyce has decided to step down as Crystal Palace’s manager The 62-year-old wanted assurances before committing his future to the Eagles He guided club to Premier League safety after
Sam Allardyce replaced Alan Pardew as Crystal Palace manager in December and kept the club in the Premier League. Photograph: Martin Rickett/PA Crystal Palace are looking for their eighth manager in seven years after Sam Allardyce shocked the chairman, Steve Parish, by tendering his resignation as he seeks a break from top-level management …
Sam Allardyce has stunned Crystal Palace by quitting and he indicated that he might also bring to an end his 26-year career as a manager.
May 24, 2017 · Watch video · Allardyce said the decision to leave Palace was not because of a row about transfer targets or the club’s transfer policy. In his statement, Allardyce said: “In some ways, this has been a very difficult decision to make but in others it has been a simple one.
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