Holloway's plea for unity

Crystal Palace boss Ian Holloway has urged his side to "stick together" to ensure their promotion dream does not disappear.

Last Updated: 03/04/13 at 12:58 Post Comment

Ian Holloway: Going through a sticky patch

Ian Holloway: Going through a sticky patch

The Eagles have been in the automatic promotion frame virtually all season but three successive defeats have come at precisely the wrong time.

They have a chance to get back on track with a home game against struggling Barnsley on Saturday and Holloway is desperate to get back to winning ways.

"Things just aren't going our way but we have to keep going and keep believing in ourselves," he said.

"It's really important at this time of the season that we all stick together because we're not the only team to have a stutter and we have six games left to get as many points as we can."

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