McLeish throws hat in ring to be crowned king of Palace
Alex McLeish has declared his interest in becoming the new manager of Crystal Palace.
The odds on Wales manager Chris Coleman taking over at Selhurst Park have shortened dramatically in the last 24 hours following a flurry of bets.
But Aberdeen Gothenburgh Great and former Scotland and Rangers manager McLeish has thrown his hat into the ring for the position, which has been vacant since Ian Holloway’s departure last Wednesday. Holloway guided Palace into the English Premier League through the play-offs, but lost the respect of the players and left by mutual consent with the team sitting bottom of the table.
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