To say life for Crystal Palace on their return to the Premier League has been difficult would be an understatement. Currently sitting bottom of the Premier League with one win and no manager, the Eagles would have hoped for a much better start to the campaign. Ian Holloway brought in a raft of new players in the summer; something he later claimed had ruined the dynamics of the team. Many names have been linked with the vacant manager's role, and a new man is expected to come in by this weekend. Whoever is given the task, will need to bring organisation to Crystal Palace's team. Palace have lost nine of their eleven opening fixtures, but a draw against Everton in their previous game showed a glimmer of hope defensively...