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Crystal Palace: Fans react to worrying Nuno Espirito Santo news

Crystal Palace: Fans react to worrying Nuno Espirito Santo news - Crystal Palace

Everton are set to open talks with Crystal Palace managerial front runner Nuno Espirito Santo, according to Sky Sports, with Eagles fans flocking to Twitter to have their say on the matter.

Previously, the former Porto boss was thought to be in talks with the Eagles about taking the reigns at Selhurst Park [Daily Mail]. Seemingly on the radar of a whole host of clubs, the Portuguese manager has also been linked with Tottenham in recent weeks [The Sack Race].

An exciting candidate, he can list winning the EFL Championship, consecutive finishes in Premier League European spots, as well as a Europa League quarter final among his achievements at previous club Wolverhampton Wanderers [Sky Sports].

Enjoying four successful years at Molineux, his reputation is more than intact despite a faltering final campaign.

Capable of getting teams to play exciting but tactically astute football, he would be the ideal candidate to rebuild an ageing Crystal Palace side. As expected, the Palace faithful took to social media to share their feelings regarding the latest development, with the Toffees seemingly stealing a march on a possible deal.

Palace fans react to Nuno latest

“People are worrying as if he wasn’t gonna be linked with other clubs as well”

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“That’s our chances gone”
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“Oh right, there’s a Plan B, is there? Plan A was so brilliantly devised I wouldn’t have thought we’d need a Plan B”
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“It’s mark hughes”

“Would love if sky sorted their sources out. Or has Nuno got the keys to the DeLorean….?”

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“Fun while it lasted”
In other news, fans flock to share their thoughts on former Crystal Palace striker Glenn Murray retiring from football.

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