NO OUTSTANDING candidate has emerged as the fans' choice to replace Tony Pulis as Crystal Palace boss from a poll of Advertiser readers.
Since we launched the poll on Sunday night 1,000 people have cast a vote, with former Cardiff manager Malky Mackay leading the way with 26 per cent.
Tim Sherwood, the bookies favourite for the job, has polled 23 per cent of votes, followed by former West Brom manager Steve Clarke with 19 per cent.
Ex-Man Utd and Everton boss David Moyes has attracted a 13 per cent share of the votes, while just eight per cent of you would like to see caretaker Keith Millen given a longer-term spell in the manager's chair.
There was minimal support for the three other names put forward in our poll - former Eagles defender Tony Popovic, ex-Celtic boss Neil Lennon, and Chris Hughton, formerly boss at Newcastle and Norwich City, who polled just seven out of the 1,000 votes.
There is still time for you to have your say and vote in our poll. Click here to vote.