Price per head sportsbooks saw that Ian Holloway, Crystal Palace manager, was careful to not talk about his disappointment after his side’s 2-0 defeat on Saturday to Manchester United.
Holloway had no choice but to watch from the stands at Old Trafford after he was banned from the touchline for two games following an improper conduct charge that was handed to him by the Football Association, as his club was defeated with goals by Robin van Persie and Wayne Rooney, and price per head sportsbooks following Palace were not very pleased at all with the outcome of the match, and can imagine how frustrating it must have been for the 50-year-old manager.
On the stroke of half-time, pay per head services saw Van Persie slam a penalty home after Kagisho Dikgacoi was judged to have brought down Ashley Young inside the box.
The midfielder who’s a big favourite with price per head sportsbooks was then sent off, and Palace protested that the challenge took place outside the box, but he was given his ban after a vocal outburst following his side’s 1-0 opening-day defeat against Tottenham last month, but this time around Holloway decided to stay quiet over this incident.
“My opinion doesn’t count because the result is the result and I have just got to deal with it,” he told BT Sport.
“I literally can’t afford it so I can’t say a word (about the penalty and sending off) and let everyone else judge it.
“He (the referee) has a difficult job to do though, especially at Old Trafford which such a noisy partisan crowd.
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“I am very disappointed we lost the game but not in the manner in which we lost it or the way my players behaved and conducted themselves.”
Price per head sportsbooks and Palace’s fans would like to see things change for the club, and hope that the problems with the manager settle down in the best possible manner.