Curtis Fleming has been promoted to first team coach."/>
July 18 2012
Crystal Palace have confirmed that Curtis Fleming has been promoted to first team coach.
Fleming, who played for the club between 2001-04, replaces Tony Popovic after he returned to Australia at the end of the season to become the head coach at Western Sydney Wanderers.
Former Eagles midfielder Jamie Fullarton will take over Fleming's position as development coach after coming in from Bristol Rovers.
Palace manager Dougie Freedman told the official site: "Curtis has already become a big asset for this club and Iím delighted to have him move into this new role. He has already racked up a wealth of coaching experience and Iíve no doubt he will be a fantastic appointment for the club.
"Jamie is a very highly rated young coach and Iím really pleased to have added to him my team. Having been a Palace player he knows exactly what this club is about and it was in part that connection that enabled us to bring him here from Bristol."
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