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Dougie's Decree: Proud To Be A Manager

Dougie Freedman has said he is proud to be the manager of the lads on show today given how they coped with being 2-0 behind.

Speaking to Crystal Palace FC after the 3-2 victory over Cardiff Dougie explained that he didn't believe the team deserved to be behind by two goals, but it was the best comeback of his managerial career.

'To show the character and energy that we showed in the second half was very pleasing. I thought it was the correct result, we played very well. As a comeback it is the best I've had in my managerial career.'

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Date:Saturday September 22 2012

Time: 9:11PM

 

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