Quantcast
Channel: Croydon Advertiser Latest Stories Feed
Viewing all articles
Browse latest Browse all 5354

Steve Coppell on Crystal Palace return: Never say never

0
0
STEVE Coppell has refused to firmly rule himself out of the current Crystal Palace vacancy. The former Eagles boss has been at the Selhurst Park helm on four previous occasions and has kept a watchful eye on Palace since Ian Holloway's departure. "I have probably spent a quarter of my life working for Crystal Palace so I have got a huge soft spot for them," Coppell has been quoted. "People always say never go back, but I have been back four times now. "The best thing for me to say is never say never. "They need the quality and commitment to take on that job. "There are a lot of boxes that need to be ticked and perhaps there isn't one person who can tick all those boxes. "It is a complex process but, given the international break, he (Steve Parish) has used the time well to interview and look at, and talk to, a lot of people. "I've got every confidence he will come up with the right combination. "The next three games people would look at as being critical. They are all important and winnable games. "I know there is a huge desire at Crystal Palace to get this right and become very solid fixtures at this level."Follow us on Twitter @AdvertiserSport

Steve Coppell on Crystal Palace return: Never say never


Viewing all articles
Browse latest Browse all 5354

Latest Images

Trending Articles





Latest Images