Allardyce: Palace players are to blame, not my system

Allardyce: Palace players are to blame, not my system

Allardyce: Palace players are to blame, not my system

"Often those fouls are ignored, and they frustrate Wilfried, and then he loses control sometimes". When we were out of the bottom three I always said to you that it would not be decided until the end. Milivojevic has been a key player in Palace's revival in the latter part of the season.

"We have to hold our nerve Sunday and make sure we produce our best performance", he added. "It would feel as though those last four years back in the Premier League had gone to waste".

"Our crowd will be a big help as long as they get don't nervous".

"We have to deal with the emotion of the game on Sunday and come out on top".

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"We have to attack from the outset on Sunday because our fate is now out of our hands".

With Sakho out, Allardyce could be tempted to risk Scott Dann for Palace's vital clash with Hull.

"It is bigger than the FA Cup Final for me and it is bigger than Norwich because of the stage we are at in the season".

Palace have slumped into the relegation scrap after three consecutive league losses but Silva said his team have to remain focused when they visit Selhurst Park. You can not play well if you are not.

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"Like everybody else, like here, the recruitment of players has been the difference between us before January and us after January". They are hard to beat as we've seen with their results against Chelsea and Liverpool. "But I've found it to be the same, and because he's such an outstandingly damaging player, he gets fouled more, and he actually gets fouled..."

'We've got two games to play and they are the equivalent of two Champions League finals, ' Ranocchia told the club's website.

"Get the result however we need to get it. That's all that matters on the day".

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