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The Farmer makes for the fastest dismissal ever in Premier League

The Farmer makes for the fastest dismissal ever in Premier League

The departure of Frank de Boer Monday when Crystal Palace is the fastest dismissal ever of a coach in the Premier League.

The Dutchman was only four league games in the service of the London club. Those four duels – against Huddersfield Town (0-3), Liverpool (1-0), Swansea City (0-2) and Burnley (1-0) – all were lost. Crystal Palace knew, under the leadership of The Peasant didn’t even score a goal.

The record in the Premier League, which was set up in 1992, was in the name of the Englishman Les Reed, who at the end of 2006 seven games in charge at Charlton Athletic, at that time still stood at the highest level.

Also, the American Bob Bradley (2016 Swansea City), the Frenchman Jacques Santini in 2004 with Tottenham Hotspur) and Sammy Lee (2007 Bolton Wanderers) had very fast road at a Premier League club. They were all three elf races on the bank.

If we look at the number of days, then tighten Reed still the crown. The Brit got at Charlton after forty days of his resignation. The Farmer with 77 days to third on this list, behind René Meulensteen. The Dutchman had to be in the season 2013/2014 after 75 days to give way at Fulham.

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Contract

The dismissal of The Farmer, who have until mid-2020 was under contract at Selhurst Park, does not come as a surprise.

Last week, report British media that he is the avenue would be sent as a Sunday loss would be of Burnley. Crystal Palace then went slightly down at Turf Moor, despite a lot of opportunities for the plough of The Farmer.

Reportedly, Crystal Palace is already almost around the successor of The Farmer. According to English media, the club within 24 hours, Roy Hodgson is presented as a new trainer. The 70-year-old Hodgson was last year after the european CHAMPIONSHIPS, fired as coach of England.

The next match of Crystal Palace is Saturday at 13.30 at home against Southampton.

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