Palace suffer setback in manager search
Crystal Palace's manager search will go into next week.
Palace have seen Martin O'Neill commit to the Republic of Ireland job, while Tony Pulis' interest has waned.
The Daily Mail says Wales manager Chris Coleman is emerging as a leading candidate and sources close to the 43-year-old claim he would quit his £200,000-a-year job with Wales to go back to the club where he spent five years as a player.
But co-owner Steve Parish and other Palace executives believe managers such as Martin Jol, Malky Mackay, Chris Hughton and Alan Pardew may become free soon.
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