Sam Allardyce, Crystal Palace manager denies that new system spoilt his players

Sam Allardyce has already rejected Martin Kelly’s claim that Crystal Palace happened to be unprepared in terms of tactics in their 5-0 loss at Manchester City. He emphasized there’s nothing wrong with those systems, and they’re as good as his guys.

Within the relegation zone Crystal Palace have suddenly found themselves just four points clear of Hull City. By the way, on Sunday they’re supposed to host Marco Silva’s team, and they need a point or so to have their Premier League survival confirmed.

At the Etihad Injuries to such participants as Scott Dann, James Tomkins and Mamadou Sakho enabled Allardyce to shift to a back-three. Nevertheless, Sam refused to blame the system for the 5-0 awful outcome.

Sam stressed that one shouldn’t directly blame the system for the outcome. The guys were just in low boost at that time.

Wins against Arsenal, Chelsea and Liverpool seems to have already steered Crystal Palace from further hazards, although a 2-0 reverse to Burnley at home pulled the team towards the mire.