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ENGLAND/ CRYSTAL PALACE, Palace left searching for boss

23.10.2012 19.00 by TM W  read 763
Source: Sky Sport

Crystal Palace co-chairman Steve Parish admitted his frustration after boss Dougie Freedman left the club to take charge at Bolton.

"I thought it was exciting times ahead, but it's not to be. We have got to move on and get a manager as soon as possible," Parish told Sky Sports News.

"You need to ask him why he has gone. He obviously doesn't feel we can fulfil his ambitions on moving forward. His burning ambition and desire is to get to the Premier League. My obsession is safeguarding the future of the club.

"It may boil down to more funds available and a better chance of promotion. I think that's what most discussions centred around."

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