13 Nov 2013

The Eagle Speaks

Who’d have thunk it. Twelve months on from the appointment of Ian Holloway to replace Dougie Freedman we find ourselves in the very same position. Looking for a new manager which, at the time of writing, the search continues. So much has happened in that twelve month period after losing

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12 Nov 2013

The Kids Are Just Alright

  It is often heard around the vicinity of SE25 that Crystal Palace’s youth academy is one of the best in the country. Due to the recent slump in form (in truth it’s lasted eight months barring a magnificent play-off campaign), some locals are pining for an exciting youth prospect

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11 Nov 2013

View From Across The Pond

The Mystery That Is Freddy Adu There was a hope by Americans that in January of 2004 there was a savior, a the man who would bring the US game to the masses. Or so the hype machine said about Freddy Adu. Now almost a decade later, he’s on the

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10 Nov 2013

Selhurst Super Draw

The collapsed road near the ground could have had several meanings. Perhaps the hole had opened up for fans to throw themselves in after the next defeat. Or it could have been a signal for the start of our great escape. It is perhaps early to say that an escape

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09 Nov 2013

FFL Week 10

Here is our update on the fantasy football league with each Premier League team having played ten games. Remember, the deadline is 11.30am every Saturday to make any changes to your teams by. Leaders 1 Dynamo Dan Dan Daniel Bright 79 609 Daniel takes the outright lead this week after having to share it in week

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08 Nov 2013

Preview – Palace v Everton

Our opponents this weekend are Everton who have only lost one of their ten games so far this season. A stark contrast to the fortunes of Palace so far only winning one of our opening ten games. Caretaker manager Keith Millen remains in charge for s third game since Holloway’s departure. It looks like we could be without a

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07 Nov 2013

Palace In Perspective

Trying To Remember One better Day Okay. Things aren’t going so well. Not a surprise perhaps, but depressing nonetheless. And as we feel depressed, why not look back to happier times to cheer us up. One day last week I cheered myself up by typing “Don Rogers Crystal Palace” into

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06 Nov 2013

The Eagle Speaks

Writing these articles is definitely becoming more difficult as the weeks go on.  This is mainly because the time after the game feel like an ongoing ‘Groundhog Day’ following yet another bad dream and ultimately another loss in the Premier League. The under-lying themes from my articles have always been around

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05 Nov 2013

Player Analysis – Joel Ward

Today we welcome George Gill to our growing band of writers. His debut article is something that we will look to introduce more of in the coming months. The first ‘Player Profile’ is on the ever popular full back, Joel Ward George is a second year student at Huddersfield University and is studying Music Technology & Pop

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04 Nov 2013

View From Across The Pond

Has Football Manager Ruined Us? I’m sure most who visit the website have played either Championship Manager or one of the many versions of Football Manager. I have Football Manager 12 on right now while I’m writing. My main thought with Football Manager 14 coming out is have management simulation games ruined our enjoyment of

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