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 By PA Sport

Crystal Palace chairman Parish: Premier League 2 could be an option

Crystal Palace boss Alan Pardew praised his squad's poise in their 3-2 comeback against Sunderland.

Crystal Palace chairman Steve Parish has told The Sun the financial ramifications of relegation from the top flight are "scary" and a Premier League 2 could be an option if the gap to the Championship continues to grow.

Premier League clubs spent a record £1.165 billion during the summer transfer window on the back of the new £5bn-plus three-year broadcast deal.

However, the huge money being spent on transfers and wages comes with a grave risk to clubs likely to be fighting relegation,...

Crystal Palace boss Alan Pardew thanks chairman for transfers

Christian Benteke's brilliant header in the stoppage time gave Crystal Palace their third consecutive win.
Christian Benteke
Christian Benteke struck the winner late on.

Alan Pardew thanked chairman Steve Parish for his financial backing after seeing £32 million summer signing Christian Benteke head Crystal Palace to a dramatic victory at Sunderland.

The Belgium international struck four minutes into stoppage time to snatch a 3-2 win at the Stadium of Light as the Eagles came back from 2-0 down to deny Black Cats boss David Moyes the first Premier League victory of his reign.

It was a third successive league win for Palace, who had collected three points on...

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Crystal Palace boss Alan Pardew questions penalty decision in EFL Cup

Alan Pardew is doubtful if Southampton should have been awarded a penalty.

Alan Pardew has cast doubt over whether Southampton should have been awarded the penalty from which they scored the opening goal in their 2-0 EFL Cup defeat of Crystal Palace.

Charlie Austin scored from the penalty spot, after Martin Kelly's first-half challenge on Shane Long, and Jake Hesketh added Southampton's second in the 63rd minute to ensure their progress to the competition's fourth round at Palace's expense.

Southampton's was a convincing performance -- their former manager Pardew acknowledged...