Crystal Palace's Jason Puncheon, right, celebrates scoring their first goal of the game against Everton during their English Premier League match at Goodison Park, Liverpool, England Wednesday April 16, 2014. (AP Photo/Barry Coombs/PA)
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On the day the 56-year-old Welshman was appointed manager last November, Palace were six points from safety at the foot of the Premier League table, having collected only four points from their opening 11 fixtures.Five months on, their 3-2 victory at high-flying Everton Wednesday took them to the 40-point mark synonymous with survival, 10 points above the relegation zone with four games still to play.Pulis turned previous club Stoke City into the most rugged side in the country, leading them to promotion from the Championship in 2008 and overseeing five consecutive top-14 finishes among the elite.Pulis says that keeping Palace up will be "right up there" with his best moments as a manager, and the country's football fans have been quick to applaud his achievements.
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