Holloway urges quick response
Ian Holloway urged his Crystal Palace players to bounce back from a Good Friday mauling by Birmingham City at Selhurst Park.
Nathan Redmond, Damien Delaney, Ravel Morrison and Shane Ferguson were all on target in a 4-0 rout as Lee Clark's men made it three wins on the bounce.
The setback ended Palace's 18-match unbeaten home league sequence and Holloway blamed poor decision-making for the Easter horror show.
"No one was expecting that, I certainly wasn't," said Holloway. "Unfortunately I have got to deal with it right now. I think we started the game brightly, got behind them a couple of times."
Palace remain in the play-off places and Holloway demanded a response when they travel to take on his old club Blackpool at Bloomfield Road on Easter Monday.
"We have to bounce back and deal with things better. It is simple as that," he added.