A welcome return to writing for Jason Crame who picks up the sense of disapointment over the weekend and gives us his views … Expectation. If you look up the definition of the word in any dictionary you will find any if not all of the following; The act of expecting. Eager anticipation.
The fourth and final part of the fantastic article from our friends at Licence To Roam about the Australian players that have played for Palace. Nick Carle The Sydney born attacking midfielder joined Palace for a notable fee of £1 million from Bristol City in 2008. Palace manager at the time,
The third and penultimate part of the article from our friends at Licence To Roam about the Australian players that have played for Palace. Steve Mautone Goalkeeper Steve Mautone was next to be acquired by Palace, signing from Alan Pardew’s Reading on a free in 1999. He was bought in
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
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.
The first in a four part article about the Australians 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. Australians have had a long
It’s simply a media wet dream. But you cannot deny the excitement this day brings with a large dose of hilarity to go with it. Who can forget West Brom’s Peter Odemwingie driving to Loftus Road without permission and waiting outside QPR’s ground waiting to speak with Harry Redknapp who denied
Guest blogger Adam Johnson remembers that day at Hillsborough that turned out in our favour. You can catch Adam on Twitter @AdAmCpFc91. The date 26th January 2010 will be known forever as a dark day for all Palace fans, sitting at home watching Sky Sports News as reporter Bryan Swanson
Guest blogger Joey Mitchell brings us his view on the incredible journey that Palace have been on in recent years. You can read more from Joey and his Eagles of Selhurst blog on WordPress and Twitter. Three years have come and gone by in a flash but it has not
Guest blogger Jack Watson brings us his views on the beginning of the season for Palace and his thoughts on the what the rest may bring. You can find Jack on Twitter. The Eagle’s first game in the top flight gives fans hope. From Martin Atkinson’s final whistle to confirm