Crystal Palace manager Frank de Boer. Action Images via Reuters/Ed Sykes
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Crystal Palace Monday sacked manager Frank de Boer after a dismal start to the Premier League season that has seen them lose all four of their matches without scoring a single goal.De Boer, 47, whose four games in charge are the fewest ever for a Premier League manager, said in a brief post on his Instagram account that he regretted the decision.Palace have so far conceded seven goals in defeats to Huddersfield, Liverpool, Swansea and Burnley.De Boer had been at Selhurst Park for only 77 days after succeeding Sam Allardyce, and while that remains longer than the shortest term for any Premier League manager – Les Reed's 40 days at Charlton – he oversaw two fewer games.
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