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Palace boss slams online abuse and Twitter impersonators

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CRYSTAL Palace manager Ian Holloway says he "wouldn't dream" of going on social networking site Twitter and has blasted the people who are pretending to run accounts in his name.
After last Sunday's defeat to Brighton, a number of Eagles fans went online and posted abuse towards co-chairman Steve Parish and some of the players, but Holloway is having none of it.
"At the end of the day, no one meant to play like that last Sunday and no one was more upset in that dressing room, I can tell you that right now," he told Advertiser Sport.
"I'm sure Brighton would swap where we are right now but I'm focussed on just us.
"For someone to be a Palace fan, who goes on a media platform like Twitter and actually criticises very heavily, I think it's ridiculous.
"If anybody goes on there, they will find Ian Holloway accounts actually claiming to be me.
"With the greatest respect, I wouldn't dream of going on there and using that sort of media.
"People actually out there think that's me on there – whoever is doing it is a fraud and a liar."
Do not miss Holloway's exclusive column on the Twitter abuse following last Sunday's game at Brighton, along with his thoughts on Michael Owen's retirement and Michael Appleton's sacking, only in tomorrow's Croydon Advertiser.
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