Holloway leaves Palace - reports
Crystal Palace manager Ian Holloway has left the club after several rounds of crisis talks, according to reports.
Holloway is due to appear at a press conference in central London at 5.30pm with co-chairman Steve Parish and it is understood they will announce his departure.
Holloway's position at the club has looked shaky since his side were beaten 4-1 by Fulham on Monday night.
He was called in to talks with Parish after the game with further key discussions said also to have taken place on Tuesday.
Palace have won just once in nine matches this season and remain second from bottom of the Premier League, five points from safety.
Holloway took charge at the club just under a year ago and guided the Eagles into the Premier League but before the press conference was announced, Parish seemed to be planning for a return to the second tier.
He said: "We've tried to get a squad that can keep us in this division, but also be a very strong squad in the Championship should the worst happen.
"When you go down it's about what state you're in. You have to plan for both eventualities and we'll do our best to stay up. It might be about whether there are three worse teams."