Crystal Palace’s Mile Jedinak says players are behind manager Neil Warnock following Liverpool win

After Crystal Palace pulled off an impressive 3-1 win against Liverpool, midfielder Mile Jedinak has said the players are fully behind their manager, reports Sky Sports.

“You can judge it for yourselves from what you read but you look out there and you can’t question anyone’s commitment to the cause. It has been difficult for everyone in the last three or four weeks – not just the manager but the players as well – but you have got to get on with it. We know the nature of football and a result like this can lift anybody and I’m sure it will.”

Crystal Palace were enduring a rocky spell in the Premier League, with the Eagles going five games without a win. Such a run saw them level on points with a side in the relegation zone, and reports suggested that Neil Warnock was losing the dressing room. But Jedinak added how the side have stuck by him and followed his instructions tactics to a T against Liverpool.

“The manager wanted us to come and assert ourselves on the game. He told us not to take too many risks but get in their faces and put pressure on them, but do it in our shape and I think we got that spot on. It was a great team effort from the management and the players.”

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