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Released Crystal Palace players won't be short of offers, says Eagles first team coach

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CRYSTAL Palace first team coach Ben Garner says he expects the likes of Dean Moxey, Jonathan Parr, Aaron Wilbraham and Danny Gabbidon to be with new clubs by the start of pre-season. Players will be reporting back to duty next week up and down the country, but a month on from their Palace release, Moxey, Parr, Wilbraham and Gabbidon are yet to finalise deals elsewhere. And Garner has thanked all four of them for their contributions in their time at Selhurst Park. "Dean and Jonny did fantastically well for Palace, not just keeping the club in the Championship and then building to get the club to the Premier League, but they also played a key part in us staying there," he said. "Dean didn't play too much towards the end but he did make key contributions off the off the bench, and at the start of the season he played in the first dozen or so matches. "It was similar with Jonny, he made critical contributions at critical times - every player played their part, but I wish those two and others the best for the future. "I would certainly say that both Jonny and Dean, plus Danny Gabbidon and Aaron Wilbraham, won't be short of offers before pre-season starts. "They are good players and fantastic professionals. Danny and Aaron are role models to younger players. "Aaron may not have got much playing time last season but his attitude and application and professionalism around the training ground was always first class. "Those players sometimes don't get the recognition but they were important."Follow @MR_LWMedia and @AdvertiserSport on Twitter for more Palace news.

Released Crystal Palace players won't be short of offers, says Eagles first team coach


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