Crystal Palace have parted ways with manager Frank De Boer after just five matches and 77 days in charge.The Eagles failed to record any point or score a single goal in his four Premier League games in charge, making De Boer the first permanent manager in Premier League history not to score a goal.
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His only win as Palace boss came in the EFL Cup, a 2-1 win over Ipswich Town.
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De Boer’s last two coaching jobs have been short lived. The 47 year-old spent only 85 days at Inter Milan in the 2016/2017 season after leaving Ajax for the Italian giants.
Former England coach Roy Hodgson is favourite to replace De Boer, and will become the club’s seventh permanent manager in the last six years.
Crystal Palace currently sit 19th on the Premier League table.