The Evening Standard report:
Crystal Palace manager Tony Pulis also revealed that Palace will start redeveloping the club’s training ground after securing survival. Work at their Beckenham base will begin in the summer as Palace look to establish themselves as a Premier League club.
Pulis added: “In four or five years, if it is managed properly, you will turn up here and it will be a different set-up. There is so much to be done at the club, from the ground to the training ground, the organisation, everything has got to change and step up a level. “I have spoken to [co-owner] Steve Parish and there are certain things that are going to happen almost immediately when the season finishes. “Everywhere needs upgrading. Every pitch is going to be resurfaced, for example. There is loads of work to be done”.
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