NEIL Warnock has admitted he hopes to bring in a couple of backroom staff next week, leaving the future of Keith Millen up in the air. Millen, who has been at Palace for nearly two years and has had two spells as caretaker boss, will be hoping to stay on under Warnock. And both men are set to meet today to discuss plans for Saturday's trip to Newcastle United, player targets and if they can move forward together. It has been highlighted by the players how well they train under Millen and first team coach Ben Garner, too. "You have got to have good backroom staff as well and I'm hoping to bring some in," Warnock told talkSPORT. "I don't think we'll do it before the weekend but hopefully by next week. "I have already spoken to one or two lads I've worked with but I've got to get the right staff in at the moment. "There are people at the club already I need to speak to as well as they'll be on their toes thinking 'is he going to keep me?' but I'd like to speak to all the staff and then see what I want to do."
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