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 By Kevin Palmer

Crystal Palace's Alan Pardew backs his former club Newcastle to stay up

The ESPN FC panel dicuss the English Premier League relegation battle, where Shaka Hislop believes Newcastle United don't look like beating any team right now.

LONDON -- Former Newcastle manager Alan Pardew has urged the club he managed during the first half of the season to use their fraught battle against relegation as a springboard for a brighter future, as he backed them to stay in the Premier League for another season.

Newcastle were sitting in ninth position in the Premier League when Pardew left to take over at Crystal Palace in January, but they head into the final game of the season needing to beat West Ham at St James' Park to ensure their position...

 By PA Sport

Yannick Bolasie not yet ready to join a major club, says Palace's Alan Pardew

Yannick Bolasie and Crystal Palace found the going tough against Tony Pulis' West Brom.
Yannick Bolasie is a year away from being ready to join the Premier League's elite clubs, says Alan Pardew.

Crystal Palace boss Alan Pardew insists it would be a mistake for a bigger club to sign "magic man" Yannick Bolasie this summer.

Pardew has placed a £40 million price tag on Bolasie, who received a standing ovation in the 3-1 victory at Liverpool last Saturday, but believes the 25-year-old winger is not the finished article.

Liverpool and Manchester United are reported to be considering a summer swoop, but Pardew views Bolasie's four goals in 34 appearances for Palace this season as a below-par...

Julian Speroni signs new contract extension at Crystal Palace

Julian Speroni has impressed this season.

Crystal Palace goalkeeper Julian Speroni has signed a contract extension keeping him at Selhurst Park until the end of next season.

Both player and club have chosen to activate a contractual clause that will ensure the 36-year-old will spend a 12th campaign at the club.

"I've said many times this is my home, I will retire here if I can,'' Speroni said on the club's official website. "I have one more season on my contract and am really enjoying playing in the Premier League.''

 By Paul Parker

Van Gaal's Manchester United can't let old boy Steve Bruce embarrass them

Manchester United manager Louis van Gaal says he hopes the warm reception given to wantaway goalkeeper David de Gea, will convince the Spain international that his long-term future is at Old Trafford.

Wayne Rooney wasn't kidding anyone when he tried to put a positive spin on a disappointing campaign this week by declaring that the season's main objective of qualifying for the UEFA Champions League had been achieved.

Yes, they will finish in the top four compared to seventh in 2013-14, but a trophyless season simply isn't good enough for a club like Manchester United.

Full marks to manager Louis van Gaal for echoing the club's competitive ethos when he warned of a "rough summer" for some of his...