Ian Holloway resigns as Crystal Palace boss
He becomes the second manager to lose his job since the Premier League kicked off in August.
Paolo Di Canio was the first to get the boot as his Sunderland side sunk to the bottom of the table and now Holloway has gone. Palace have lost 7 of the 8 games they have played this season with the latest defeat the 4 - 1 home drubbing by Fulham.
Speaking on Wednesday evening Holloway said:
"This club needs an impetus of energy - but I just feel tired to be honest. I'm worn out."
Assistant Keith Millen has been placed in charge for Saturday's game at Selhurst Park against league leaders Arsenal.
Source: Cardiff City Online
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