Crystal Palace have appointed Sam Allardyce as their new manager on a two-and-a-half-year deal one day after sacking Alan Pardew.
Pardew was dismissed on Thursday with the club languishing in 17th spot in the Premier League having been at the club since January 2015.
Former England boss Allardyce left his home in Bolton on Friday morning as his representatives began negotiations and after four hours of personal conversations with chairman Steve Parish, SSNHQ reported the deal had been agreed.
Later in the evening, his appointment was confirmed and means the 62-year-old will be in the Palace hotseat for their Boxing Day clash at Watford.




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