brazil, premier league, chapecoense
08 Dec 2016

Liverpool’s Unbeaten Run Ended By Bournemouth

Liverpool’s eleven game unbeaten Premier League run came to end in sensational style in match week fourteen as they were on the wrong end of a 4-3 thriller at Bournemouth. A Ryan Fraser inspired performance saw the Cherries come from 3-1 down, with the Scottish midfielder providing assists for the

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selhurst
08 Dec 2016

Cruel Cup Loss At Selhurst For The Ladies

The Palace Ladies took centre stage at Selhurst Park on Sunday as they faced South London rivals Charlton Athletic in the first round of the Women’s FA Cup. It was a worthy setting for the South London derby in front of a healthy crowd with fans from both clubs attending

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dundee, paul hartley
07 Dec 2016

Dundee Miss Out On Top Six Place

Saturday was disappointing. We all knew that an away trip to Kilmarnock would be a tough game, even taking in our recent form there but the team were beaten by the better and more deserving side. It was a fantastic chance for the club to distance themselves from the other

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chelsea, chapecoense
07 Dec 2016

Three Million Seven Hundred Reasons

A week is a long time in so many facets of life. Last Sunday saw Palace fans waking up and checking that the events of the day before had really happened. There were inevitable and possibly justified calls for the sacking of Alan Pardew. As you may have noticed, we have

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crystal-palace-2
06 Dec 2016

Are We Really That Fickle?

Are Palace fans really as fickle as we recently appear to be? I always thought we were several steps above the supporters of ‘big’ teams who love or hate the manager depending on the phase of the Moon, but I appear to be mistaken. I am a fairly recent member

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fans display
06 Dec 2016

Palace Bounce Back

Wow, hands up who expected that? Not me, that’s for sure. A rather unexpected win from a Palace team really under the cosh. Rumours were rife that this was the make or break game for Alan Pardew, lose this and he was out. I bet he breathed a huge sigh

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palace 3-0 southampton
05 Dec 2016

Premier League Statistics – Crystal Palace 3-0 Southampton

MATCH FACTS Date – 3rd December 2016 Venue – Selhurst Park Attendance – 25,393 Referee – Neil Swarbrick Bookings – Tomkins, McArthur, Benteke, Austin Goals – Benteke (33, 85), Tomkins (36) Star Eagle – James Tomkins (8.7) TEB VERDICT First win in eight games along with the first clean sheet

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pulis
04 Dec 2016

Pulis Deserves To Be Remembered For Shameful Ethics Rather Than Success At Palace

The 2013/14 season was a historic campaign for Palace. The Eagles avoided relegation from the top flight for the first time since 1992 and for the first time in the Premier League era. The famous picture of the Palace players celebrating, arms aloft, hand-in-hand, in front of a jubilant away

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grass roots
04 Dec 2016

Fine Form Continues For The Hamlet

So how did our adopted non-league club for this season get on during November? It’s time to find out in the latest edition of our Grass Roots feature. When we last checked in, the Hamlet had made good progress in the FA Trophy and were pushing the top sides in

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palace 1-0 southampton
02 Dec 2016

Premier League Preview – Southampton

It is about time that Palace played Southampton and this will be the eighth meeting between the two sides in three seasons. As well as Premier League match ups, the Eagles have drawn the Saints twice in the FA Cup and once in the League Cup with only one of the last

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