Scapegoats are a common thing in football and seemingly on the increase in recent times with everyone and their cat being able to voice their opinion writes DONOGH HURLEY. The idea of Monday morning water-cooler conversations about the game the weekend before are a thing of the past, as thousands
Football has long since been a game fuelled by narratives, rivalries between clubs, grudges to bear, tense history among certain players, managers, chairman and so on and so forth writes DONOGH HURLEY. This list at times seems endless, not least in an age now where we know what players
We welcome back Donogh Hurley with his latest offering for our Fan Chat feature where he shares with us his concerns for the player we love to call Joniesta and those youth players that will follow in his footsteps. It is dubbed the best league in the world.
This week sees the return of Donogh Hurley from the Irish Supporters Group who shares his views on what has been a few days of interesting reunions at Selhurst Park which hopefully sees the end of two weeks of chaos. In fact, this article could easily have been named ‘In
Our new weekly feature will be brought to you by our two new writers – avid Palace fans Stu Ions and Donogh Hurley. Both will take it in turns to bring us their own views on Palace or football in general. Feel free to comment on their articles here