JULIAN Speroni believes caretaker boss Keith Millen has to stay at Crystal Palace, whether he becomes the new manager or not. The custodian says Millen has the experience picked up from working under Ian Holloway and Tony Pulis, and he has a chance to stake a claim against Walsall in the Capital One Cup this evening. However, a defeat will surely signal the end of any hope the caretaker has of landing the role permanently. "Who better than Keith to help whoever the new manager is?," said Speroni. "We want to win for ourselves, for the club, for Keith, for everybody. We always want to win. "Nobody goes onto the pitch and thinks 'I don't care if we win today'. "Keith has worked alongside Ian Holloway and Tony Pulis, so I wouldn't say he hasn't got experience. "He has worked with the main men before, with good managers. "We were all disappointed against West Hamand there are things we need to improve. "The fans are always behind us and they know what's going on at the moment "On Saturday they were great again. The display (in the Holmesdale Stand) was unbelievable, that shows you how much they care and how much they are behind the team."
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