What did Palace ever do to Frank de Boer to make him try and engineer a move to Liverpool? Ah.
You might notice that Arsenal and Liverpool do not feature. Things have gone precisely as expected for them...
Ronald De Boer has weighed in on his twin brother's treatment at the hands of Crystal Palace...
It takes the biggest sort of man to admit a mistake but not apologise for it. Poor Frank de Boer.
'A bit of a weirdo', apparently. But Frank de Boer can still play - which is said to have offended Palace 'stars'
Jose Mourinho has insisted Frank de Boer's "incredible" sacking should not come as a surprise.
Four games. Frank de Boer was given four games to overhaul Palace's entire style. With no money.
Telling a manager he has to win a match is a flawed approach. What next for Palace and De Boer?
A defeat to Burnley and De Boer is gone? "I am not so concerned about that," says a confident Palace boss.
Perhaps Frank de Boer fancied the challenge of butchering his managerial reputation instead?
You can't bemoan the lack of long-termism when you are the one undermining it. A lesson for Palace...
Three games into the Premier League season and two managers are already under pressure...
Mamadou Sakho might find himself stranded at Liverpool this season. They want £30m, to be fair.
"Okay, there is no trophy if you finish 12th or 10th or something," says De Boer. He is right on this point...
"They were really looking for Wilfried Zaha so we cannot accept that,' said Palace boss after 2-0 win...
We're not sure he will find much but the Crystal Palace manager says they have "some talented players".
As expected, Frank de Boer is the new manager of Crystal Palace. That's a kick in the teeth for Sean Dyche.
Brother Ronald says brother Frank is pretty bloody excited about taking over at Crystal Palace.
The Dutchman has reportedly been offered Sam Allardyce's old job. What does Ryan Giggs have to do?
Frank de Boer and Mauricio Pellegrino (not Manuel Pellegrini) are said to be in race to replace Puel.
Is Christian Eriksen ready to flourish at Barcelona. Frank de Boer, his old coach at Ajax, thinks so.
De Boer was offered the Liverpool job in 2012 before Brendan took it. He explains why he turned it down.
"We can work very well together, there won’t be any problems," says De Boer on Icardi. Oh well.
Roberto Mancini has left Inter Milan, paving the way for Frank de Boer to take over as manager.
"When you see what Koeman has done I would argue that Frank is at least as good as him," says Ronald.
De Boer says he's ready for "something else" after leaving Ajax. Could that be Everton?
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