crystal palace vs brighton – This season saw Dougie Freedman take charge for a third season, before departing to manage Bolton Wanderers …

crystal palace vs brighton – This season saw Dougie Freedman take charge for a third season, before departing to manage Bolton Wanderers …

This season saw Dougie Freedman take charge for a third season, before departing to manage Bolton Wanderers on 23 October.[1]Lennie Lawrence and Curtis Fleming acted in caretaker roles, with Lawrence managing for the away games against Barnsley and Leicester City which saw Palace take four points.[2][3] Although Ian Holloway was appointed manager on 3 November, Fleming took charge for that day’s home win against Blackburn Rovers.[4] Holloway’s first game in charge was the 5–0 home win against Ipswich Town which saw the club climb to the top of the table.[5] The 2–1 away victory against Peterborough United on 10 November saw the club make its best start to the season in 37 years.

Bayan Fenwick, Jack Holland, Kadell Daniel, Aaron Akuruka, William Johnson-Cole and Kieran Woodley all left the club having not been offered professional contracts following promotion to the Premier League.[16]André Moritz also left the club by mutual agreement after a new deal could not be agreed.[17]Owen Garvan, Peter Ramage and Danny Gabbidon all signed new contracts while Stephen Dobbie’s loan move from Brighton & Hove Albion was made permanent.[18][19][20] On 3 July 2013, Palace smashed their transfer record after signing Dwight Gayle from Peterborough United for a reported £4.5 million.[21]Jerome Thomas signed a two-year contract with the club in early July.[22]Alex Marrow left the club to return to Blackburn Rovers for an undisclosed fee.

Crystal Palace manager Patrick Vieira gives a press conference following his side’s 1-1 draw with Brighton in the Premier League.

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John Robson departed the club to manage Brighton and Hove Albion, and club secretary Edmund Goodman stepped in to take over the role.

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