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Palace boss: Why not play abroad?

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PLAYING a Premier League game abroad appeals to Eagles boss Neil Warnock – only because the financial gains are equal for all clubs in the top flight.

The idea to play a 39th game has been suggested once again this week to boost the product of the Premier League.

And Warnock believes fans can travel around the world to watch their side if clubs help with the costs too.

"Before, it was just the big clubs who were going to make money out of the idea," said the manager.

"But now they're saying everyone will get the same amount.

"So if it's going worldwide and we're all going to get the same money, I can't see a problem with it really.

"OK, the travelling would be difficult but it would be the best same for everybody. If clubs are going to make money I think the clubs could even subsidise fans who want to go."

Meanwhile, following the loan departures of Paddy McCarthy and Peter Ramage last week, Warnock says there are no other imminent deals in place although he did reveal that young left-back Jerome Binnom-Williams looks set to extend his stay at Southend United.

"We're hoping some of the younger players will go and get some games but I have not heard anything more," he said.

"Jerome Williams looks like he may stay on at Southend United for a total of three months now unless we need him badly to come back.

"I don't think we will need him back so it's good experience for him in League Two. Phil Brown rang me this week and said he's pleased with him so he'll keep an eye on him and that's fine.

"With Paddy, I talked him into going to Sheffield United. He wanted to go to a Championship club but it's more important he has around six games to see how his fitness is without overstretching himself."

Palace boss: Why not play abroad?


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