Palace held at home in the snow by Freedman's new boys
It's snow life: Wilfried Zaha takes time out to frolic in the wintery drift SP72943
Welcomed reception: Dougie Freedman was applauded as he walked down the Selhurst touchline SP72943
Not this time: Wilfried Zaha turned on the style towards the end of the 0-0 draw, but he could not find the final killer pass SP72943
Assistant to the manager: Keith Millen looks on as the Championship clash with Bolton gets underway SP72943
Defender Dean: Full back Dean Moxey brings the ball out for Palace SP72943
Offside: Glenn Murray had the ball in the Bolton net but it was ruled offside SP72943
There was no separating Ian Holloway's Crystal Palace and Dougie Freedman's Bolton Wanderers at Selhurst Park on Saturday.
After a 0-0 Championship draw, both managers claimed to be satisfied - Holloway with the performance, and Freedman with the result.
The result, the Eagles' sixth in 11 games, leaves them 10 points behind league leaders Cardiff City.
Next up for Ian Holloway is Huddersfield Town away, on January 30.