Published: Sun, March 05, 2017
Sport | By Cecil Buchanan

Pulis feels pain as old club Palace edge to safety

Pulis feels pain as old club Palace edge to safety

"[Burnley boss] Sean Dyche is a great example and I think I was when I got there, you have to get yourself promoted to get there".

"I said the new players would make a difference and they have done that".

Christian Benteke "will not dictate" his future at Crystal Palace, according to manager Sam Allardyce, after reports the striker is disillusioned at the club. We needed a spark and no-one gave us that spark.

After a tiresome game sprang to life in the second 45, West Brom struggled to contain Palace's quick wide-men on the counter. "If we can perform the way we have been performing, it has the chance to be a special season for us".

The result lifted Palace out of the bottom three and indicated Sam Allardyce's work is now starting to bear fruit after a frustrating start, cue Allardyce's third-person speech.

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"There's no way in a million years I'm going to criticise these players after what they've done this season".

"I dont know where its all gone wrong".

Pulis otherwise has a fully fit squad to choose from ahead of the visit of his old team and is preparing for a hard afternoon, claiming relegation-threatened Palace should be higher up the table given the money they have spent. "(The win) is good for the confidence and we've had to live with a lot of pressure, and the only way we can relieve that is by winning matches and picking points up. Since then, a High Court Judge has upheld a Premier League Managers' Arbitration Tribunal ruling.

Finally, the home game with Burnley has been moved to a 5.30pm kick-off on Saturday, 29 April live on BT Sport. A superb crossfield pass by captain Darren Fletcher found Allan Nyom racing down the right and his excellent first touch allowed him to aim a cross towards Salomon Rondon at the far post, but on-loan Palace defender Mamadou Sakho made a crucial headed interception to concede a corner. I've got nothing to be ashamed of. Pulis reportedly has yet to pay Palace any of that sum but is also reportedly weighing his options to appeal the verdict.

Allardyce said: "It's a pretty soft game if there are no afters anymore. I have no problems with it".

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