How his pre­de­ces­sors fared

The Guardian - Sport - - Football Premier League - Neil Warnock 2014 17.7% Joe Cooper

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.

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