Crystal Palace are managed by Dutchman Frank de Boer. De Boer, a former Ajax and Inter Milan boss, replaced Sam Allardyce in June 2017, become the club's first permanent foreign boss, and third gaffer in the space of just six months.
Since the turn of the century Palace have been managed by a whole host of managers, including Steve Bruce, Neil Warnock, Iain Dowie, Ian Holloway, Tony Pulis, and George Burley. It was Holloway who successfully led the club back into the Premier League in 2013, while Pulis, Pardew and Allardyce helped establish the Eagles as a top-flight side. Now it's over to De Boer.
A single draw against Leicester City in an otherwise black and white set of results has seen Crystal Palace struggle for consistent results. Wins against Hull City, Liverpool, Arsenal and Chelsea and defeats to Manchester United, Manchester City, Burnley, Tottenham Hotspur and Southampton demonstate slightly erratic form.