January 9 2017
Crystal Palace No.2 Keith Millen and goalkeeper coach Andy Woodman have been released by the club.
The duo are no longer needed by new manager Sam Allardyce who will be bringing in his own coaching staff over the coming days.
Millen was appointed by former boss Ian Holloway in November 2012 and he later became caretaker manager after Holloway quit, before staying on and later fulfilling the same role when Tony Pulis and Neil Warnock departed.
Former Palace keeper Woodman followed Pardew from Newcastle United in July 2015.
Chairman Steve Parish told the club website: "Myself and everyone at the club would like to place on record our thanks for the hard work and commitment shown by Keith and Andy during their time at Crystal Palace.
"Keith has been a huge support to the club over the past four years and along with the successful times he has been instrumental in helping us through some difficult periods along the way, for which we thank him.
"As a former player Andy has a long history with the club and we thank him for his contribution during his time as goalkeeping coach. We wish them both all the best for the future."
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