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Sam Allardyce: Crystal Palace survival helps boss put England behind him

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Sam Allardyce: Crystal Palace survival helps boss put England behind himSam Allardyce says he has "put the past in the past" by keeping Crystal Palace in the Premier League this season.
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News video: Palace survive, condemn Hull with thumping 4-0 win

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Crystal Palace crushed Hull City 4-0 to avoid relegation. Defeat condemned Hull to the second tier. Wilfried Zaha scored in third minute after defensive blunder. Christian Benteke headed Palace's second from a corner. Luka Milivojevic converted a penalty in the 85th minute. Substitute Patrick van...

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