20 May 2019

Managing Expectations But Future Plans Must Be In Place

The end of the season has left me feeling a little confused – not sure if we should see it as an overachievement because we got record points (for the Premier League years at least) and our most prolonged stay (7 seasons and counting), or an underachievement because for large

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18 May 2019

There Could Be A Zaha Shaped Hole In Palace Next Season

Palace finished this year’s Premier League season with an absolute bang after winning 5-3 against Bournemouth. Manager Roy Hodgson says the win was an “attacking party” after his side ended the season with an eight-goal thriller at Selhurst Park. “It was a fantastic end to the season,” said Hodgson. Clearly,

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17 May 2019

A Season Of Discontent Turns Out Alright In The End

As the dust settles on a sixth successive season in the top division of English football, now is the time to look back and truly assess where Palace find themselves. Thankfully, that position is well away from the dreaded bottom three as we wave goodbye to Huddersfield Town, Fulham and

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15 May 2019

Farewell Jason, You Will Always Be One Of Our Own

Sunday was a memorable day for all Palace supporters. An eight goal thriller at Selhurst Park with five goals from open play for us – who knew Roy Hodgson had it in him! It was, of course, the last match of the season with the ritual lap of honour, topped

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14 May 2019

What Did We Learn From The Win Against Bournemouth?

As the Eagles ended the season in fine style with a home win, for the final time this season, here is what we learnt. 1. Plenty has already been said about Julian Speroni and Jason Puncheon, but it’s difficult for words to do justice as to how pivotal both players

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12 May 2019

Julian Speroni: The Defining Moments

Today will be tough. I know he hasn’t been first choice for four years now but I’m just not ready to say goodbye to Jules. As a child, I named my guinea pig after the great man. As an “adult” – or as close as we get to being adults

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11 May 2019

A Personal Tribute To Our Favourite Argentine

Due to work and other commitments, there have been just over twenty four hours between the news breaking about the departure of the Palace’s Number 1 and me having a chance to sit down and gather my thoughts. It says it all that in that short time there’s been so

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07 May 2019

What Did We Learn From The Win At Cardiff?

The final away trip of the season ends in success, but what did we learn from the three points and sending down the opponents? 1. If ever there was a game that was going to suit Palace, this was it. Cardiff simply had to win, which meant they were forced

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30 Apr 2019

What Did We Learn From The Draw With Everton?

There may not have been any goals and it ended in a share of the spoils but there was plenty to take from the game even though there were not many highlights aired. So, what did we learn? 1. Palace didn’t draw with Everton because of Roy Hodgson’s stubbornness or

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23 Apr 2019

What Did We Learn From The Win At Arsenal?

After the fantastic win at the Emirates on Easter Sunday, what did we learn from beating Europa League semin finalists Arsenal? 1. Palace have now added their first triumph at Arsenal since 1994 to away wins against Manchester City, Wolves, Leicester, Newcastle and Burnley, as well as a first Premier

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