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Keith Millen: My Crystal Palace players are fine mentally for West Ham

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KEITH Millen says the players are "fine" ahead of Saturday's game against West Ham despite losing Tony Pulis and then learning of the allegations against Malky Mackay and Iain Moody. The squad had their usual day off on Wednesday before training at Selhurst Park today to get used to the new pitch. "Each day something has involved, stories have come out, so it's been difficult," Millen said. "Wednesday was the day off for all the players and we've come in today and trained. "I had a brief chat with them about staying focused for the game on Saturday, because it's a huge game, it's our first home game. "The lads have been fine, the group are resilient. They have been through some times together over the last year and a half. "They will be fine come Saturday." Moody has today resigned from his sporting director role following allegations of a sexism, racism and homophobic scandal. And Millen says he isn't sure whether co-chairman Steve Parish will replace Moody in a similar position. "Iain was brought in to recruit and scout players, so the chairman felt there was a position there for someone, and Iain was experienced at that job," said the caretaker boss. "The chairman now will have to look at that situation to see if he needs to bring someone else in."Follow your Crystal Palace reporter on Twitter @MR_LWMedia for news and interviews, while you can follow our general sports account at @AdvertiserSport.

Keith Millen: My Crystal Palace players are fine mentally for West Ham


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