RUMOURS: Allardyce in line to replace Pardew at Crystal Palace

The Eagles have picked up just 22 points in 31 Premier League games in 2016 and have gone 17 without a clean sheet, leaving their manager's future at the club uncertain

Crystal Palace have marked former England boss Sam Allardyce as a potential replacement for Alan Pardew should the Eagles decide to sack him, according to ESPN.

Pardew's position at Selhurst Park is under threat due to the club's rotten form in 2016 - the worst of any of the 92 professional clubs in the country. 

Palace have lost their last five Premier League games and sit a point above the relegation places after 12 fixtures, and a change of manager could reportedly be on the cards.

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Chairman Steve Parrish is said to be considering a move for Allardyce, who is currently without a job having been controversially dismissed as Three Lions manager after just one game in charge.


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