Crystal Palace sign club record shirt sponsorship deal

Rufina Vignone
Giugno 28, 2017

Since that sacking in November 2016 not much to report but now Monday afternoon has seen Crystal Palace surprisingly announce Frank de Boer as their new boss, replacing Sam Allardyce.

De Boer led Ajax to four straight league titles during his time at the Dutch club from 2010-16 before joining Inter, where his reputation was damaged by lasting only 14 matches and 84 days in charge.

"I am thrilled to be appointed as manager of Crystal Palace Football Club", De Boer said in a statement.

"No, I don't want to think about [stepping stones]", De Boer told reporters.

While these questions will linger for plenty of time to come, for now you can scroll through the gallery above to see how the ex-Barca players fared during their time at the Catalan club. "I've signed for three years, so I want to stay for three years". "That's always the starting point for me". "So it is in our DNA to try and play tactical and technical football - to try to dominate".

"When you do that and do that well it's a plus, it's attractive and it looks nice". But we want to dominate with and without the ball.

It was that vision that attracted Parish who, since buying the Eagles in 2010, has gone through six managers.

"It is going to be hard if Frank says "this is what we did at Ajax" and for me not to think that is a good idea". We've been in the bottom three two seasons in a row for home form, sooner or later that's going to catch up with us.

On the new deal with Crystal Palace, a ManBetX spokesman said: "It's a hugely exciting time to partner with a high profile Premier League team like Crystal Palace FC".

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