21 Sep 2013

FFL Week 4

The league is starting to take shape even at this early stage. We have a non mover at the top of the table with Daisy Price and her team holding on for a second week. The main reason being captain Benteke (16) and defender Baines (8) both scoring well. Up in

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20 Sep 2013

Preview – Palace v Swansea

Our match preview from Adam Johnson includes some welcome comments from our friends at the Swans Blog. After the frustration of Old Trafford with the typical dubious decisions and theatrics we saw a hard fought performance from a Palace team that lost out to the champions Manchester United. Ian Hollaway and Steve Parish have

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18 Sep 2013

Support 92 Plus 1

We are proud to have been asked to help promote a group of forces personnel and businessmen based in the UK who are undertaking a huge challenge of visiting all 92 Premier League and Football League grounds sandwiched between the two England football matches in October. They are due to leave Wembley straight after

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16 Sep 2013

Palace Aussies – Part 2

The second in the four part article about the Australian players that have graced Selhurst Park over the years which has been sent in to us from our friends at Licence to Roam. Go and check out their website for more articles and they can also be contacted on Twitter. Terry Venables’ second managerial

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15 Sep 2013

Devilish United haunt the Palace

We would have been considered foolish for thinking that we could get anything out of the game before we even touch on the assistance that the home team received. It is hard enough playing one of the top sides in the Premier League without the added complication of decisions from

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14 Sep 2013

FFL Week 4

No update this week due to the international break so we thought that it would be worth publishing the table as things stand going in to game week four. 1 Eagle Girl Daisy Price 73 197 2 Mighty Eagles Alex Sherer 60 196 3 ChamakhMyBitchUp Daryl Allingham 60 187 3

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13 Sep 2013

Preview – Man Utd v Palace

We welcome the return of Adam Johnson and indeed Premier League football after the international break with his thoughts ahead of the trip to Old Trafford tomorrow. With the organised chaos of the transfer window now over Crystal Palace now have a twenty five man squad ready for the uphill

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11 Sep 2013

No Kevin In Muscat

It was all a little bizarre and surreal this arrangement but in truth, these kind of games are enjoyable. Just like the pre-season friendlies are. And to find out early on that the team from Muscat did not have a Kevin in the team was truly disapointing. The Palace side

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09 Sep 2013

Preview – Palace v Oman

The international break often encourages the cry ‘Oh Man’ from fans. Well this time it’s appropriate as that is who is visiting Selhurst for a friendly fixture with true international flavour. Oman is officially called the Sultanate of Oman and is an Arab state in south west Asia on the

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08 Sep 2013

We Become One

One period of administration is bad enough. A second in the space of ten years is unthinkable. But this is exactly what my club faced. It was March 1999 when the first period of administration fell upon us. The ill-fated Goldberg tenure at the club came to an expensive end.

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