Mackay poised to be given Palace job and £25m transfer fund

And so the Palace Merry go round continues…….

Inside Croydon

2.15pm UPDATE (see below): So it’s to be Malky Mackay. Which it was always going to be from the moment Iain Moody was made “sporting director”, or whatever vacuous title he was given when appointed last year, and after Mackay fell foul of the strange goings on in Cardiff’s boardroom that ultimately consigned that club to relegation.

Doing the Mo-Bot: Malky Mackay, a big fan of Olympic runner Mo Farah, apparently Doing the Mal-Bot: Malky Mackay, a big fan of Olympic runner Mo Farah, apparently, and probably the new Palace manager

Crystal Palace were expected today to name Mackay, the former Celtic (not many matches), Norwich (not many more matches) and West Ham (a few matches) player and ex-Watford and Cardiff boss, as their successor to Tony Pulis, who left Selhurst Park in a bit of a rush last week. Mackay’s footballing CV is about as thin as… well, Jose Mourinho’s, but the Scot’s working relationship with Moody – who is “highly rated” by…

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