Published: Mon, September 11, 2017
Sports | By Grace Becker

Frank de Boer determined to finish Crystal Palace project

Frank de Boer determined to finish Crystal Palace project

A Chris Wood goal condemned Frank de Boer's side to yet another Premier League defeat, with toothless Palace failing to score yet in the current Premier League campaign, though they did manage two goals in a League Cup win over Ipswich.

Crystal Palace coach Frank De Boer insists he is not bothered with the rumours linking him with an exit after just three games in charge.

No English top-flight club has lost their first four matches without scoring since Preston North End in 1924, but De Boer remains hopeful of turning Palace's fortunes around.

"I am just focusing on what I can control: my staff, the players and I keep thinking about Southampton from today".

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"What other people think, they have to decide but when I'm still the manager of Palace, I will give 100 percent".

Burnley won both Premier League matches against Crystal Palace last season, their first league double over them since 2001/02. The London club have reached a statistical low in his tenure, but other numbers offered him encouragement: they had 23 attempts at goal.

He fell to the turf in despair, but this is a performance that promises much more than the scoreline suggests, and could see De Boer remain in his job for one week more. Its best chance fell in the 89th minute to Scott Dann, who glanced a header wide from inside the six-yard box.

According to Matt Lawton, writing in The Daily Mail, Palace will "almost certainly" sack the Dutch manager if the team lose to Burnley at Turf Moor on Sunday.

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De Boer is expected to demonstrate his willingness to learn from Palace's fruitless start by switching to a back four for the trip to Burnley.

"As we've been successful I've been able to play my part in helping the team and the club grow".

"Everybody knows you can not expect us to win every game".

'I can not believe we lost, there is still frustration about the result but not about our performance, ' he said after watching Scott Dann miss a golden chance to equalise in the 88th minute.

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"We still are at seven or eight games". Yet given that the board seem to have already abandoned their desire for a new style of play, perhaps they would have been better off appointing Dyche in the summer instead. The likes of Andros Townsend, Christian Benteke and Jason Schlupp have fantastic physical profiles, however, certainly lack the technique and composure to play under De Boer's system.

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