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Souness For Palace!

Souness For Palace!

As club chairman hog the limelight these days, is there a bigger poser than Crystal Palace's Simon Jordan?

Well the man with the orange sun-tan and the golden wallet is about to drop the 'Clanger of all Clangers', lining up Graeme Souness as his next manager!

According to The Mirror, Iain Dowie will be out of the door at Selhurst by the end of next week.

Jordan wants his next appointment to be able to lift Palace back up into the Premiership and believes former Liverpool and Newcastle boss Souness has the necessary pedigree and experience.

But Jordan was hit a blow because there were indications late last night that Dowie would be talking to bitter rivals Charlton within the next 48 hours!

Palace striker Andy Johnson is up for sale at a price of £10m, and whether it is true or not, Newcastle will be linked.


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Date:Tuesday May 23 2006
Time: 6:14PM

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johnson 10m never worth it
green giant 12
23/05/2006 18:35:00
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10m is alot but im sure clubs will pay it. Souness needs to start again and palace is the right place.
jono_forest
23/05/2006 18:49:00
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Is there a worst manager in top flight? Another club that Souey will ***** up. I suppose you could say Simon Jordan deserves everything he gets.
elbmw
24/05/2006 01:21:00
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Haha, will be very funny with Jordan and Souness plunging the Palace down! Bid of £8.5 million accepted for Johnson though, so not the £10 million as was being banded about!
Tierney
24/05/2006 20:31:00
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Palce for relegation me thinks!
www.nufconline.co.nr
25/05/2006 13:19:00
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