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CRYSTAL PALACE - de Boer has just one more game to save his job

07.09.2017 10.44 by Chiara Biondini  read 570
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Frank de Boer has just one more game to save his Crystal Palace job, according to the Daily Telegraph. The paper reports that talks have been held between De Boer and Palace chairman Steve Parish after the club lost all three of their opening Premier League games of the season without scoring a goal.

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