Burnley heap more misery on Palace; Newcastle see off Swansea City

Clyde Nash
September 11, 2017

Burnley manager Sean Dyche sees the pressure that is on Frank de Boer, boss of Sunday's opponents Crystal Palace, as a sign of the acute lack of patience in modern football.

But the Eagles also picked up a piece of unwanted record as they are the first side in Premier League history to have lost their first four games without scoring a goal.

De Boer remained confident on the backing from the boardroom, having been chosen as the man to take the Selhurst Park club forward following Sam Allardyce's unexpected departure at the end of last season.

"The most important thing I think is if you play every week like this, you will get what you deserve, and that is going to be points".

"[The future] is for other people to decide but while I'm the manager of Crystal Palace I will give 100%".

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All Whites captain Chris Wood scored on his home debut for English Premier League football club Burnley as his side beat Crystal Palace 1-0 on Sunday (Monday NZ Time).

After scoring a last minute penalty against Tottenham Hotspur in his first appearance for the club before the global break, Wood capitalised on a terrible back-pass from Lee Chung-yong to give the Clarets the lead after just three minutes at Turf Moor.

"I'm convinced we are going to achieve it".

De Boer will be encouraged by the effort and commitment of his team, who will leave Lancashire feeling they deserved at least a draw, but ruing their failure to convert their overwhelming possession after the break into a goal.

But the fact remains that Palace are goalless and pointless so far this campaign, which has led to constant speculation over de Boer's future.

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According to The Telegraph, Crystal Palace have given Frank de Boer one more game to save his job.

"We still are at seven or eight games". I will definitely be working hard to do that, or to help the team set up and get wins. Considering the bad start Palace have had, the Clarets will feel confident of winning this match.

"The message is just to try to do your best", De Boer says. We looked very carefully at our squad and we thought that was the best for the team.

Salako said: "He's won stuff, managed Ajax, managed Inter Milan, you're looking to learn from him, grow and see what he's got to bring, but that dressing room is a very fickle place".

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