Palace ‘boss’: ‘We can’t look for excuses’


keith-millen-crystal-palaceCrystal Palace boss Keith Millen is determined not to find excuses for possible failure ahead of the tomorrow’s clash with the Irons.

Selhurst Park has seen its share of troubles these last few weeks with former manager Tony Pulis quitting followed by director of football Ian Moody as a result of the Malky Mackay “problems.”

Millen, however, seemed determined to shrug off the problems at his press conference declaring: “We can’t find excuses. We have to get on and do the job against West Ham.

“We know it will be tough but we are simply focused on that. We have to go and do a job.”

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