The Crystal Palace Manager reflects on his touchline ban ahead of his team's fixture at Manchester United The Crystal Palace Manager reflects on his touchline ban ahead of his team's fixture at Manchester United. Ian Holloway says "it's only a touchline ban" and his players can "hardly hear him stood there anyway".
Video: Ian Holloway reflects on touchline ban
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