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Tim Sherwood has spoken of his admiration for Tony Pulis - the man he is tipped to succeed as Crystal Palace manager.
Palace announced on Friday that Pulis had left Selhurst Park by mutual consent after reportedly falling out with co-chairman Steve Parish over transfer policy. Sherwood and former Cardiff boss Malky Mackay are the front-runners to take over.
In his column in The Independent, the former Tottenham manager said: "He did a brilliant job at Crystal Palace last season but modern management encompasses a lot more than just what happens on the pitch. I know that from my own experience.
"It will be interesting to see what details emerge about Tony and Palace's decision to part company. All I can say from the perspective of a manager is that he did a wonderful job. He has the admiration of the coaching fraternity."
I would like to thank all the managers at lfc for making my wish from the age of 7 come true playing for 1 of the biggest clubs in the world
most of all would like to thank the fans for supportin me since my home debut against Lyon oct 2009 even through injuries always by my side
Now to start a new chapter of my football career at crystal palace a great club with unbelievable fans excited already for the weekend