The season’s first managerial sacking has occurred this Monday, with Palace manager Frank De Boer the first casualty from the Premier League. Although his sacking was anticipated before Sunday’s defeat to Burnley, critics and fans were not pleased as the league has just begun. Furthermore, De Boer’s sacking makes him the shortest managerial reign in
News filtered through on Monday afternoon that Crystal Palace sacked manager Frank de Boer, with Roy Hodgson being his likely replacement. Although Palace lost all 4 games this season, scoring no goals, I still believe that de Boer shouldn’t have been sacked, and here are a couple of reasons why. The players aren’t good
Crystal Palace are set to name Frank de Boer as the club’s next permanent manager following Sam Allardyce’s end of season departure just after the former England coach managed to keep the Eagles in the Premier League. De Boer arrives after fierce competition with Mauricio Pellegrino over both the job at Selhurst Park and Southampton,
The English Premier League – a league which boasts the highest TV revenues – 3 billion is the current deal and the next deal, spanning 2016 to 2019, will be worth 5.14 billion. Even the bottom-placed club will bring in 80 million, a sum which comfortably dwarfs that of any other league in the world.