PALACE LIST STAR TRIO
By Adam Marshall
Last Updated: 01/01/70 1:00am
The Eagles were jeered off by their long-suffering supporters, following the side`s sixth successive defeat, and Smith, in his second stint in charge at Selhurst Park, has decided to ring the changes.
Hayden Mullins, Clinton Morrison (pictured) and Jamie Smith have all been linked with bigger clubs in the past and their sale will undoubtedly bring in more revenue to continue to fund Palace`s rebuilding programme.
England Under-21 international star Mullins has the right credentials to play in the top flight, while striker Morrison has also been impressive since bursting onto the scene with his raw power and aggression.
Former Wolves defender Smith is a polished full back who will also attract a good degree of interest in the transfer market.
"There are people at this club who are not showing the right commitment or attitude and I won`t put up with it any longer," slammed Eagles chief Smith.
"We are not getting the feedback we want from some players.
"There is only so much you can do with players whose attitudes leave a lot to be desired."
Palace recently transfer listed several squad members, and allowed Andy Linighan and Fraser Digby to leave the club, and the clear-out looks set to continue.