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View Ian-VI's Profile Ian-VI Flag Vicenza 21 May 21 1.30pm Send a Private Message to Ian-VI Add Ian-VI as a friend

Ranieri just announced he's leaving Sampdoria and he'll be out of contract when the season ends.
He has nothing to do with Palace, but if he ever came, I'd bet 10Ä on Palace winning the league... just for fun...

 


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View Ginger Pubic Wig's Profile Ginger Pubic Wig Flag Wickham de L'Ouest 21 May 21 1.31pm Send a Private Message to Ginger Pubic Wig Add Ginger Pubic Wig as a friend

Dyche is the closest we will get to a guarantee of £750 million in revenue over five years with a low budget team. The football will be dull but hugely effective relative to our spend.

A risk candidate (Lampard, Howe type) will either do badly and leave or do well and leave.

Let's get that revenue in, build up the ground as much as we can, and review our priorities in five years time.

We all want good football, but Palace aren't ready to play it on a sustained basis.

Dyche gets us more established in the prem. And him leaving Burnley really hurts them.

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View Rudi Hedman's Profile Rudi Hedman Flag Caterham 21 May 21 1.35pm Send a Private Message to Rudi Hedman Add Rudi Hedman as a friend

Originally posted by CPFC Dartford

We have arrived at a very awkward predicament! We are effectively a comfortable mid table premiership team that hasnít got funds to push on to the next step. Even if there is 50 million to spend in the summer, in the grand scheme of things that isnít actually a lot. Everton and the likes spend that on one player and still canít progress. For this reason I actually want Lampard as it may need someone who is an icon to persuade better players that Palace is the place for them, even then the ones with really quality will have to be loans.

I agree that we arenít in a financial and ownership position to Ďpush oní up the table. But what must be the aim is to get the club in a position where it isnít relying on buying overpriced journeymen with no asset value playing anti football that turns potential players, fans, managers and investors off. The academy has now been setup and the scouting is a little less prem panini football album type recruitment. But the football strategy isnít positive long term. Iím not ever expecting us to kick on up above mid table despite some of Royís most loyal fans thinking we are expecting whatever it is, but we will be in better shape if we have a better football philosophy and strategy than just spoiling matches with very little football against whoever the opposition is. I expect some of that versus some opponents but not all of them.

 


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View TheBigToePunt's Profile TheBigToePunt Online Flag 21 May 21 1.37pm Send a Private Message to TheBigToePunt Add TheBigToePunt as a friend

If the club has secured a new manager they won't be announcing it until next week at the earliest. Why would they lumber Roy with his last round of press conference questions all being a variant on:

'So Roy, they didn't even wait until you had cleared your desk mate. How do you feel about that?'

'Why do you reckon they like Lampard / Cooper / Alan Patridge so much more than you, when you plainly were at one stage willing to stay on?'

etc and so on. It wouldn't serve any positive purpose.

The club is good at keeping its cards close to its chest, and quite right too. There were one or two rumours that Roys departure would be announced before Arsenal so he could get a send-off, but they only surfaced very close to the day itself, so that cat stayed in the bag pretty much. Up until three days ago many of us were half expecting Roy to do another year.

For now, we shouldn't take radio silence as a lack of action behind the scenes. If it gets to the end of next week and nothing has been announced then plainly we haven't secured a new man in advance of letting Roy leave. That's not necessarily a failure.

I commented elsewhere that we should discard Ishmael or Cooper as candidates as waiting for the playoff finals to end reduce our summer transfer window too much, but upon reflection, why shouldn't there be an interview process for all the best available candidates? Why not approach Swansea and Burnley and Barnsley and see which, if any, will agree on a compensation fee?

Whilst I dare say appointing Lampard would attract a player or two that might not have come otherwise, ultimately it is the managers medium to long term ability that will matter, and if we have to wait a bit for the right man then so be it.

DF should be hard at work on transfers anyway, and if we do go for Cooper or Ishmael I'm sure they will be happy to work with whoever we provide.

 

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There is one name that hasnít been mentioned and wonder what the reaction would be if we employed Neil Lennon as manager seems strange his name isnít in on the list. Palace do have the habit of pulling a surprise once in a while God help us.

 


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Originally posted by manwitheagletattoo

There is one name that hasnít been mentioned and wonder what the reaction would be if we employed Neil Lennon as manager seems strange his name isnít in on the list. Palace do have the habit of pulling a surprise once in a while...... God help us.

 


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Just been announced, Nuno Santos is leaving Wolves. Is he the surprised left field appointment?

 


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Originally posted by eagleman13

Just been announced, Nuno Santos is leaving Wolves. Is he the surprised left field appointment?

Yes please!

 

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Originally posted by eagleman13

Just been announced, Nuno Santos is leaving Wolves. Is he the surprised left field appointment?

Great, another club that is above us in the queue for selecting a manager!!!

 

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Nuno leaving Wolves by mutual consent after their game tomorrow.... that's an interesting new factor

 

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Originally posted by MikeCrete

Nuno leaving Wolves by mutual consent after their game tomorrow.... that's an interesting new factor

Interesting, would that draw anyone away from us? Or is he planning to hang out in London? North of the river ,or South?

 

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Originally posted by Putitout

Interesting, would that draw anyone away from us? Or is he planning to hang out in London? North of the river ,or South?

Interesting and a bit of a surprise. He is a manager I would not mind seeing at Selhurst.

 

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