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Coaching Changes

The club have announced that Curtis Fleming has been promoted to the role of first team coach, with Jamie Fullarton replacing him as development coach.

Speaking to Crystal Palace FC Dougie Freedman said of the changes.

'Curtis has already become a big asset for this club and I'm delighted to have him move into this new role. I've no doubt he will be a fantastic appointment for the club.'

Jamie joins from Bristol Rovers where he was the youth coach.

'Jamie is a very highly rated young coach and I'm really pleased to have added him to my team. Having been a Palace player he knows exactly what this club is about.'

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Writer: Eddy Eagle Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Wednesday July 18 2012

Time: 4:32PM

 

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