CPFC2010 have immediately set their sights on the much-needed rebuilding of Crystal Palace having signed a deal to save the troubled Championship outfit.
The consortium on Monday penned contracts and paid a deposit on Selhurst Park which should save the future of the club who went into administration back in January, with the deal expected to be fully concluded by the end of July.
And CPFC2010 immediately set about putting Palace back on track. In a statement on the club's official website, 2010 said: "We will now start the process of rebuilding the club, starting first with the management and the playing squad.
"All our players have been magnificent, the uncertainty of the past months has been very difficult for them, particularly the out-of-contract players and Darren Ambrose who's on-off transfer has been extremely unsettling.
"We would like to extend our gratitude to all of them and assure them that we will deal with all of their respective situations as soon as we possibly can. This of course is true of all the staff at the club who have also been amazing through this difficult time."
2010 continued: "Finally of course the fans of Crystal Palace FC whose tremendous support in difficult conditions inspired us to keep going even when it looked like the club may indeed cease to exist in its current form."
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