Earlier this week, Crystal Palace appointed Oliver Glasner as their new manager and secured him to a deal until 2026.

The Eagles have managed to win only two of their last 14 league games and this poor run sees them sitting 15th in the table, five points above the relegation zone.

This resulted in Crystal Palace changing managers and LAOLA1 give an insight on how the 49-year-old can help the London club improve their form.

The Premier League side had to settled for a 1-1 draw against Everton in their last tie. Former LASK manager Dietmar Kühbauer has used this fixture as an example to explain what Glasner needs to fix immediately at Selhurst Park.

Kühbauer is of the belief that the Austrian will help Crystal Palace avoid relegation.

“I saw the game against Everton and I think that the team is very unsettled,” he said.

“I think he will create structures there and get the team back on track. I’m convinced of that. He has to improve, especially in attack, where they have a huge problem. I believe they will manage to stay in the league.”

Glasner left Eintracht Frankfurt at the end of last season, a year after helping them win the Europa League. Kosovo assistant manager Robert Ibertsberger believes the Crystal Palace job will suit his compatriot.

“He will certainly have thought this step through carefully. He doesn’t make decisions based on gut instinct; they are always carefully considered,” Ibertsberger explained.

“That’s why I strongly believe that this will suit him and his coaching staff. I am convinced that he will have fun with his new job.”

Glasner’s first game in charge with Crystal Palace will be against Burnley on Saturday, after which the Eagles will face Tottenham Hotspur, Luton Town and Newcastle United.