Ian Holloway hints at regret over leaving Crystal Palace

Holloway hints at Palace regret
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Ian Holloway hints that he has regrets over leaving Crystal Palace as manager.

Ian Holloway has suggested that he has some regrets over leaving his management role at Crystal Palace.

The 50-year-old left the Premier League outfit by mutual consent yesterday after picking up just one victory out of eight fixtures this season.

When asked by Sky Sports News if he had any regrets over his decision, Holloway said: "There always is, but this club's bigger than me and the fans deserve a fresh start, a fresh chance, and good luck to them."

Former Stoke City boss Tony Pulis is currently the bookmakers' favourite to take on the role.

Stoke City Manager Tony Pulis prior to kick-off during the match against Southampton on May 19, 2013
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