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Fleming set for Palace talks

Bolton target Curtis Fleming will discuss his future at Crystal Palace with new manager Ian Holloway this week.

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Curtis Fleming: Will sit down with Ian Holloway in the next few days

Curtis Fleming: Will sit down with Ian Holloway in the next few days

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The Eagles' first-team coach has been tipped to join former Selhurst Park boss Dougie Freedman in his new role at Bolton, but he expects to be alongside Holloway when he takes charge for the first time against Ipswich on Tuesday night.

"I will be sitting down with Ian Holloway in the next few days," Fleming told the Croydon Advertiser.

"It's all about preparation for training, matches and getting three points, it's not about me and where I'm going, that's just football.

"Nothing has changed and not much will change going into Ipswich on Tuesday.

"Ian Holloway will tell me I'm still contracted to Crystal Palace, he'll tell me what's happening as Dougie Freedman has been trying to get me up to Bolton, so at the end of the day, I'll be 100 per cent working to get results for Palace and then we'll see what happens after that."

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