Sam Allardyce resigned yesterday as Palace manager just five months after signing a two and a half year deal, replacing Alan Pardew. The 62-year-old former Bolton Wanderers and Newcastle United boss, led the Eagles to eight wins in twenty-one games to finish fourteenth in the Premier League. In a statement
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Crystal Palace have launched their new home kit for the 2017/18 season made by Macron. This is the last kit being manufactured under the current four year deal. The home kit is back to basics for the club who have experimented with their home kit’s stripe proportions in recent seasons.
A Croydon born author’s unique contribution to the fiftieth anniversary of the release of the Beatles’ best known LP was published this week. In the novel ‘Whatever Happened to Billy Shears?’ (Marylebone House, London; £8.99) Steve Goddard imagines the cast of Sergeant Pepper’s Lonely Hearts Club Band – Billy Shears,
The words ‘legendary’, ‘brilliant’, inspiring’ and ‘iconic’ have all been used to describe Jeff Astle who would have celebrated his 75th birthday on Saturday 13th May 2017. To mark the occasion, The Jeff Astle Foundation is hosting its first annual Gala Dinner – a celebration befitting of Jeff’s memory. Hosted
This Sunday, a whole host of former professionals and stars from the entertainment world descend on Lingfield to take part in a charity match in aid of the MS Society. There is plenty of interest for Palace fans if any was needed as Steve Kember manages one of the teams
Crystal Palace’s ‘Powerchair Football’ Community Project is among those who have scored a nomination at this year’s London Football Awards. The winners will be announced at the prestigious event, hosted by BBC presenter Gary Lineker OBE, at London’s Battersea Evolution on March 2, 2017. In its third year, the London
Transfer Deadline Day lived up to the hype for Palace fans once again as the club secured two more signings and were close to another before it slammed shut. With the additions of Jeffrey Schlupp and Patrick van Aanholt already confirmed, both Luke x and Mamadou Sakho joined Sam Allardyce’s revolution
Palace boss has made his second signing of the January transfer window with the addition of Dutchman Patrick van Aanholt. The 26 year old joins the Eagles on a four year deal for an undisclosed fee. Born in ‘s-Hertogenbosch, the left sided player joined the FC Den Bosch your academy
The first signing of the January transfer window sees Sam Allardyce add Ghanaian international Jeffrey Schlupp to the Palace squad from Leicester City. Joining for an undisclosed fee rumoured to be in the region of £12million pounds, the quick and versatile Hamburg born player has signed a four and a