Keith Millen was confirmed as the assistant manager of Crystal Palace on November 3, 2012.
He moved with Ian Holloway having served as Blackpool's head of coaching development during their time with the seasiders.
Prior to his time at Palace and Blackpool, Keith was the manager of Bristol City and had initially taken caretaker charge of The Robins following the departure of Gary Johnson in March 2010.
Millen, a holder of the UEFA Pro License, enjoyed success in the role where he took charge of nine competitive matches, winning five, drawing three and losing just once at the close of the 2009/10 season - resulting in a respectable 10th place finish.
Millen was then appointed on a permanent basis at the start of the 2010/11 campaign, following the departure of Steve Coppell and he went onto guide the club to 15th in the npower Championship.
After 12 years of service, Keith and Bristol City parted company in October 2011.
During his playing career, Millen represented Brentford where he won the Football League Third Division in 1992, as well as Watford and Bristol City.
Millen also played a part in Watford's successive promotions under Graham Taylor between 1997 and 1999. He finished his playing days at Ashton Gate in 2003 and has since remained with the club, working with the youth team, as assistant manager, caretaker and manager.
Keith is also a graduate of the LMA's Certificate in Applied Management at Warwick University.