As the season is drawing to a close I needed a distraction from the ‘Wenger Out’ campaigns so I thought I’d take a look at our last four years of transfers.
Despite seemingly heading to an obvious conclusion a mere few weeks ago, the Premier League title race is back on after match week 33. Jose Mourinho tasted victory against former club Chelsea for the first time in three attempts this season, with his Manchester United side overcoming the Blues 2-0
Well, this week has been eventful for us Dundee fans. Firstly, we suffered a record seventh consecutive defeat at the hands of fellow strugglers Hamilton at Dens which was a shocking performance from the team overall. There was no fight nor did it look like there was any desire from
Welcome back to another (slightly late) edition of our Fan Chat feature. It’s been a while since I last wrote for you, lots of University work is to blame. However, since my last article in early March, Palace have picked up a string of excellent results, the pinnacles of which
The Crystal Palace Youth Academy is considered to be one of the best in the English game but does that hold up under scrutiny?
The fear is here, the fear is real. Saturday was not only our sixth defeat on the trot, it also moved us a point closer to the relegation play-off spot after Hamilton managed to grab a draw with ten men. Bottom side Inverness Caley lost yet again but they still
With the title race all but decided, the bottom of the Premier League table is also starting to take shape as it heads into its final six weeks. Crystal Palace moved six points clear of the relegation zone, with a game in hand over Swansea, thanks to a memorable 3-0
The Premier League returned following the recent international break with two match weeks in the space of five days. The title race took a new turn last weekend when Crystal Palace beat Chelsea 2-1 at Stamford Bridge. The shock result was completed within the first quarter of an hour as
Well, what a month and a bit it’s been. Five straight defeats that included a 7-0 hammering at home to Aberdeen. Following the absolute pumping we took from the Dandie Dons on our own turf, we had a few players in the media speaking in the aftermath with midfielder Paul McGowan