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Palace boss Pulis holds no grudge against Jerome

New Crystal Palace boss Tony Pulis insists he's not one to hold a grudge.

Pulis, 55, was impressed with the performance of the team and the display of striker Cameron Jerome in particular, whom he fell out with at Stoke City.

But Pulis said: "What happened has happened. I've been in the game long enough to take stick and if I have to dish it back I will.

"It will be down to between me and the player.

"Watching the game at Hull, I think Jerome did really, really well. He ran around and caused havoc."

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