With Ian Holloway gone who will replace him? We look at the main contenders
Crystal Palace 0 Tottenham 1
Full match report of all today's action in the Championship play-off final between Watford and Crystal Palace.
Tony Pulis is the 2-1 favourite with bookmakers to become the next Crystal Palace manager.
- Neil Warnock is the 3-1 second favourite
- Roberto Di Matteo is at 5-1
- Palace remain 1-8 to be relegated this season
- 9-2 to stay up
- 8-11 to finish bottom
Crazy thing about this is that Ian Holloway would still be in a job if he hadn't got promoted. Overachievement leads to sacking. #CPFC
Ian Holloway only won 12 out of 40 league games with Palace. That's shocking! No wonder they've gotten rid of him lol
Poor Ian Holloway, Palace aren't any where near strong enough to be in the Premier league it's not really his fault his squads bad...
ITV Football understands that Crystal Palace will part company with Ian Holloway today after just one victory in his opening eight Premier League games. Chairman Steve Parish described Holloway as "categorically the right man" to lead Crystal Palace before their defeat to Fulham.
Crystal Palace will hold a press conference in central London at 5:30pm. Speculation has centred on the future of manager Ian Holloway since Monday night's 4-1 home defeat to Fulham.
The club will be holding a press conference at 5.30pm this evening. Announcements will be made on the club's official channels in due course
Palace have taken just three points from eight Barclays Premier League matches since their promotion to the top flight. The club has not specified the reason for the press conference.
Ian Holloway has refused to comment on his future as Crystal Palace manager after their 4-1 home defeat to Fulham on last night.
He said: "I'm not talking about my future at the football club, I'm talking about the football club and that is all I have ever done. I'm not going to talk about what we just spoke about to be perfectly honest. I will be speaking to him [Parish] tomorrow [Tuesday] morning when the lads are in."
Crystal Palace manager Ian Holloway has criticised fans who let off three smoke bombs at Anfield last Saturday and has urged them to stop, according to the Croydon advertiser.
A few minutes into the match against Liverpool, three loud bangs were heard which left a seven-year-old and an eight-year-old in deep distress, while an older fan received oxygen following the incident.
Holloway told the newspaper: "You might find it fun, but would you like it done to you? I'm dead against it. I never want to see it again."
It's being reported that Adrian Mariappa has joined Crystal Palace from Reading on a three-year deal. The Reading Chronicle is reporting that the 26-year-old has arrived at Selhurst Park for a medical, and could complete a move before the transfer deadline.
Yesterday's transfer action
- Gareth Bale breaks the transfer record by signing to Real Madrid for £85.3m
29-year-old winger and Mali international Jimmy Kebe signed by Crystal Palace from Reading
Chelsea sign Ghanaian striker Christian Atsu on a five-year deal, but he is immediately loaned to Dutch side Vitesse Arnhem for the rest of the season
Chelsea loan Victor Moses to Liverpool for £1m
Ian Holloway admits Crystal Palace have held talks with former Spurs defender William Gallas, in the hope of signing him before the transfer window closes. He says the club are looking to sign up to five players before Monday night's deadline.
The Metropolitan Police has confirmed that their officers closed a road following reports that a building had collapsed in Crystal Palace.
Upon arrival officers discovered that part of the roof of an estate agents on Church Road had collapsed.
No one was in the property when the roof collapsed, although some of the falling masonry did damage a car, said a police spokesperson.