Frustrated president says that Crystal Palace are close to each other must remain’
Steve Parish is frustrated by the poor start to the season from Crystal Palace, but the chairman of the London club, says confidence in the people who work hard every day for the Londoners, among whom coach Frank de Boer.
“It is a terrible start, but we need to be close together. We are only four games on the road,” said Parish on Twitter after questions from fans of the club.
Parish saw the plow of The Farmer Sunday, with 1-0 down at Burnley, after all was lost of Liverpool, Swansea City and Huddersfield Town. Crystal Palace did not even score a goal in the Premier League and have the worst start to the season since 1925.
“People are frustrated, I’m frustrated, the staff and players are frustrated. We all know that we can do better than this,” stated Parish. “I defend anyone at the club who are there every day doing everything to help this is to rotate. Teams can also matches lose, it’s part of the sport.”
We are 4 games in, it’s a terrible start but we have to stick together. https://t.co/A8Zu5APcjg
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18:04 – september 10, 2017
The dramatic start of this week, consequences for The Farmer, this summer, for three years, signed at Selhurst Park. In English media over the past week written that the former trainer of Ajax and Internazionale are dismissed in a defeat against Burnley.
“I focus now only on things I can control. I speak on Sunday night and later this week with Parish,” said The Farmer, after the loss at Turf Moor.
The next match of Crystal Palace is Saturday at 13.30 at home against Southampton.
Crystal Palace lose again
Coach Frank de Boer has Sunday, with Crystal Palace the fourth defeat in a row suffered in the Premier League.
The club from London went 1-0 down on a visit to Burnley.
Chris Wood opened the score on behalf of Burnley all within three minutes.
Palace succeeded in the first four Premier League matches not to score.
In English media over the past week written that The Farmer is discharged from a defeat against Burnley.
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