The following is a roundup of soccer stories from U.K. newspapers, with clickable Internet links.
Manchester United came from behind to beat Stoke 3-2 in English soccer’s Premier League, as 10-man Arsenal defeated Crystal Palace 2-0 to maintain its hold on first place.
Ian Holloway left as Crystal Palace manager with the team next to last in English soccer’s Premier League.
Crystal Palace manager Ian Holloway has left the club, which is one place off the bottom of English soccer’s Premier League, Sky Sports reported citing unidentified sources.
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Fulham fought back with three volleyed goals to beat London rival Crystal Palace 4-1 and move clear of the relegation zone in English soccer’s Premier League.
Crystal Palace manager Ian Holloway will serve a two-game suspension for his conduct following his team’s Premier League soccer match against Tottenham on Aug. 18.
Crystal Palace named Ian Holloway as its new manager, the second-tier English soccer club said on its website.
"I have to hold my hand up and say we did not keep the spirit that got us up."
- Ian Holloway on Oct 23, 2013