KEITH Millen will be staying at Crystal Palace after a successful spell as caretaker manager, new boss Tony Pulis has confirmed. Millen guided the Eagles to four points and two clean sheets during his four matches in charge, culminating in Saturday's 1-0 win at Hull. And Pulis - who managed Millen as a player at Bristol City - confirmed Ian Holloway's former number two would be remaining at the club in some capacity. He said: "Keith [Millen] will be staying. I worked with him at Bristol City and there's no problems there, he will be staying." Co-chairman Steve Parish also praised Millen during Monday's press conference, saying the steady hand applied by the Croydon-born boyhood Palace fan allowed the board more time to seek the right man for the permanent manager's job. Parish said: "Keith was doing a great job and he was taking the side back to what we wanted. "I didn't think there was any great desperate need to change things quickly."
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