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Croydon Advertiser Friday, 19 May 2017
'Manchester United is the biggest stage of all' - but Crystal...Sam Allardyce insists he will not be taking any risks on the final day against Manchester United, but wants one more big performance from Crystal Palace on the big stage.
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News video: Mourinho 'hoping for help' from friend 'big Sam'

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Footage of Manchester United boss Jose Mourinho joking that he hopes his friend Sam Allardyce will "go easy" on his side a head of Sunday's final Premier League game of the season to Crystal Palace.

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