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At wit's end.

At wit's end Crystal Palace v Spurs Crystal Palace manager Ian Holloway has had enough of being the class clown and wants to be taken seriously on his return to the Premier League. He is known as much for his quick wit and one-liners as he is for having guided two teams into the top flight.

But now the 50-year-old wants his achievements to do the talking. Holloway, whose side host Spurs today, said: "I'm trying to talk in a way so people don't think I'm funny any more, I'm fed up with that. I'm not a comedian. My interviews will be serious and about football."
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Title Annotation:Sport
Publication:Sunday Mail (Glasgow, Scotland)
Date:Aug 18, 2013
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