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Players staying behind and putting work in, says Crystal Palace boss

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NEIL Warnock says a number of his Palace players stay behind at the club's training ground in Beckenham to work on things.

After a main session with the boss and his coaching staff, players are either undertaking a personal fitness plan in the gym or work on specifics to improve their game.

Mile Jedinak scored a brilliant free-kick against Liverpool last Sunday but it initially looked like Dwight Gayle wanted to take it instead.

And Warnock revealed Gayle likes to practice dead-ball situations often.

"Mile doesn't practice them too much but one or two others do," said the boss.

"I thought Dwight Gayle was going to take it on Sunday because Mile's other one went off for a corner from the wall.

"I thought Gayley would take it because he's always taking them in training and looked very good.

"But thankfully Mile didn't listen to us! Dwight does work on them but they all do little extra things after training.

"They might do short sprints, and I see the midfielders doing the same and have a sort of programme in the gym.

"And then the strikers normally do a bit of shooting with Ronnie Jepson, so they've all been putting it in."

By Mark Ritson (Twitter @MR_LWMedia)

Players staying behind and putting work in, says Crystal Palace boss


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