Frank de Boer aims for Premier League stability with Palace

New Crystal Palace manager Frank de Boer says his aim is to help Palace avoid a relegation battle and establish themselves as a 'solid' Premier League team.

Crystal Palace Soccer Club resides in South Norwood, London, and it is part of the Premier League.

Club was founded more than 110 years ago, and is now owned by Steve Parish, Joshua Harris and David S. Blitzer.

They are currently on 14th position in Premier League, and out of 20 teams in total, that is not a very good place to be.

So, new management of the club should do the trick. Right?

We will have to wait just a little bit longer to find out, as the fresh manager of the Crystal Palace club is now Frank de Boer.

De Boer is a Dutch soccer manager and former soccer player. He is 47-years-old and in his 10-years-long career he managed Ajax youth team, Netherlands national team, Ajax, Internazionale (brief one season period last year) and now he is the new face in Crystal Palace Soccer Club.

He believes that Palace is a club that can grow still, because of its Premier League position, they can spend a lot of money on new players.

His goal is to make very solid Premier League club. How will he do that? He didn't say, but we hope that de Boer can bring some refreshment to the team.

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wrmwrm 9 months ago


eden 9 months ago

de boer is just a little bit to over enthusiastic!

goodlooker 9 months ago


Donald Mercury 9 months ago

sam allardyce was a better choice....

Beluga 9 months ago

allardyce was a punk! he's better off!

Kicker 9 months ago

agreed. i think that de boer can make a good team in two-three years time.

Evie 9 months ago

yeah, people are not thinking ahead - it takes time to make good chemistry between manager and the team...