Premier League side Crystal Palace are not sure they would eventually give former Liverpool star MamadouSakhoa deal, according to reports in England.
The manager Sam Allardyce admitted this despite the player’s run since leaving Anfield.
The 27-year-old has been decent since he started featuring for the Glaziers. Big Sam admits this but opines that getting a permanent deal is still difficult. However, he hailed the player’s contributions to the team.
“It would be a big negotiation at the end of the season if we were to stay in the Premier League.At this moment in time Mama has chosen crystal Palace to play first-team football, I think he has settled into the environment exceptionally well,” Allardyce said.
Sakho was crucial to Palace’s clean sheets, joining new additions Patrick van Aanholt and Luka Milivojevic as the club fights relegation. Continue reading PALACE NOT SURE OF SAKHO
English Premier League side Crystal Palace want Chelsea’s veteran defender Branislav Ivanovic as the player remains out of favour at Stamford Bridge.
Antonio Conte’s new formation has forced out the Serb as the manager prefers three quick players at the back. According to reports, Crystal Palace are willing to play the veteran as the 32-year old right back might get axed from Chelsea.
With the current set-up, Chelsea have enjoyed four wins in four games. They have kept a clean sheet and scored eleven goals, even against top teams. Ivanovic last played for the blues in the 3-0 loss to Arsenal on September 24. With just three players at the back, Victor Moses has taken his spot. Moses has been impressive in the role, forcing speculation that Ivanovic might exit the club at the end of the season before his career finally winds down completely.
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Former Newcastle United manager Alan Pardew has dismissed suggestions that he feels quite relieved to be away from the north-east club and into Crystal Palace. Pardew joined Crystal Palace at the start of 2015 and this has been beneficial to both parties.
The London club were involved in a relegation fight when Pardew came to the club. Since then, they have won several matches and have moved into a position where even a top-10 finish remains a possibility. Pardew was one of the longest serving manager in English football prior to joining Palace. He had been at Newcastle for four years.
During this period, Pardew faced a number of ups and downs. After coming very close to sealing a Champions League spot in the 2011-12 season, the manager faced a lot of criticism from his own supporters on a number of occasions. This was very evident even at the start of the season. Pardew has revealed that his biggest regret will come in the fact that he did not get enough results in the Tyne-Wear derby. Pardew became the first Newcastle manager to lose four consecutive matches against Sunderland. However, the former boss has praised the support received by Newcastle and says that it remains one of the best clubs he has coached. Continue reading Alan Pardew has dismissed suggestions that he feels quite relieved