How his predecessors fared
Frank de Boer 2017 20% win percentage
His only win came over Ipswich in the Carabao Cup. Palace failed to score in all four league fixtures he oversaw, conceding seven.
Sam Allardyce 2016-17 37.5%
Took over at Palace after a one-game England spell and guided them to safety but resigned at the end of the season.
Alan Pardew 2015-16 40.2%
Things quickly unravelled after a positive start and his tenure ended in December of 2016 after a run of one victory in 11 games. The first Premier League manager to be sacked in 2014-15, Warnock never looked comfortable during his spell. He won only three of his games in charge
Tony Pulis 2013-14 42.9%
Arguably Palace’s most successful manager of recent times, he resigned on the eve of the season, much to Steve Parish’s surprise.
Ian Holloway 2012-13 30.4%
After guiding the Eagles into the Premier League, he departed in October 2013 after a poor start to the season.