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Does relegation beckon for Crystal Palace this season?

Does relegation beckon for Crystal Palace this season?

It’s certainly fair to say that Crystal Palace have begun the 2016/17 domestic campaign in less than convincing style thus far. Quite frankly, the Eagles have struggled to assert themselves for the most part this term, with the ever dreaded threat of relegation still lingering quietly upon the horizon as the pressures begin to mount down at Selhurst Park.

 

Alan Pardew’s side failed to come away with anything last time out against Manchester City, yet whilst Crystal Palace weren’t exactly expected to run riot against Pep Guardiola’s expensively assembled unit, the Selhurst Park faithful could certainly do with something to lift their collective spirits right in the here and now.

 

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Well, even if Pardew himself refuses to acknowledge the pressing nature of his team’s precarious situation at the moment…

 

 

…the early warning signs simply fail to aid his current predicament when all is said and done…

 

 

Things just seem to be going from bad to worse for Palace at this particular stage in the season…

 

 

…and although the Eagles aren’t the only top-flight side currently floundering among the Premier League…

 

 

…Pardew’s role at the club is seemingly becoming more undermined by the minute…

 

 

So then, whilst the current Crystal Palace manager may be staying put for at least the foreseeable future…

 

 

…to some, the thought of Pardew turning things around remains one born more out of hope than realistic expectation!

 

 

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