23 Jan 2014

Palace In Perspective

I’ve been reading about Stan Collymore a bit this week.  You may have done so as well. Poor chap seems to be a human lightning rod at the moment but he is actually very good at what he is paid to do. I’m not a huge TalkSport fan but I

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22 Jan 2014

The Eagle Speaks

Something a little bit different this week in an attempt to scratch the surface of an interesting subject and try to define what the term ‘Against Modern Football’ (#AMF) actually means. The quest here is to decide whether it is something that is truly understood. To perhaps get a bit of a

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21 Jan 2014

Predictions League

In the predictions league this week no-one saw the draw coming at Anfield between Liverpool and Villa while everyone predicted that Manchester City would beat Cardiff. The top predictors this week were Five Year Plan, EPL Roundtable and Adam Johnson all with 7 correct. As for the overall table, it’s

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20 Jan 2014

View From Across The Pond

Sport is corrupt. World Cup style. Last week I mentioned on twitter that I needed a topic for this next week for my article. Of course what kicked up was the Qatar World Cup bid. It’s like the biggest hot point in the sport, almost like saying you knew that

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19 Jan 2014

Crystal Palace 1 – 0 Stoke City: The Puncheon Redemption

I do not know if Jason Puncheon is a religious man. Even if he is not, he would have been looking at some kind or redemption since his penalty miss against Spurs last weekend. A whole week contemplating ‘that’ miss and a few comments on Twitter in response to former

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18 Jan 2014

FFL Update

Some would say that we are into the business end of the season. With that in mind, there is still a chance for someone to make a late run but the gauntlet is well and truly down. Continuing his strangle hold at the top of the table is Daniel Bright

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17 Jan 2014

View From The Britannia

To continue our recent theme of views from the opposition, Stoke City fan Ian Ellis was willing to answer our questions ahead of the game this weekend. You can interact with Ian on Twitter.   Q. How has your season gone so far in your view? Pretty average so far really

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17 Jan 2014

Palace Preview – Stoke City

Palace look to bounce back after a ‘sucker punch’ defeat to Tottenham, leaving the visitors to lament missed chances and find themselves bottom of the Premier League. The Puncheon penalty miss remains a much talked about subject over the past week. Moving on and Palace boss Tony Pulis is set to welcome his former

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16 Jan 2014

Palace In Perspective

This week’s edition of ‘Palace In Perspective’ is the second of a two part article from Neil Carter who predicts how the the rest of the Premier League season will play out. Here is the link to the first part that was online last week.   This article was written in the week of the FA

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15 Jan 2014

The Eagle Speaks

At around 4:45pm on Saturday it really felt like the world had caved in after the defeat to Tottenham. It was made to feel worse because of one particular event during the game. An excellent first half display and because we had been away at some other perhaps more difficult

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