13 Sep 2013

Preview – Man Utd v Palace

We welcome the return of Adam Johnson and indeed Premier League football after the international break with his thoughts ahead of the trip to Old Trafford tomorrow. With the organised chaos of the transfer window now over Crystal Palace now have a twenty five man squad ready for the uphill

12 Sep 2013

Relax. Sit Back. Enjoy The Ride

Our latest article, and his first for us, comes from Neil Carter. He went to his first Palace game in 1976 aged seven during the epic cup run, and his family have been Palace fans for generations. Neil shares with us his views on why us Palace fans should be counting our blessings and

11 Sep 2013

No Kevin In Muscat

It was all a little bizarre and surreal this arrangement but in truth, these kind of games are enjoyable. Just like the pre-season friendlies are. And to find out early on that the team from Muscat did not have a Kevin in the team was truly disapointing. The Palace side

11 Sep 2013

The Eagle Speaks

Our weekly feature, The Eagle Speaks, is written by Paul Price who brings us his views on the recent goings on from Selhurst Park. You can get in touch with Paul on Twitter.  With a rather dull international break resulting in no Palace game, I honestly thought that this week’s article would be

09 Sep 2013

Preview – Palace v Oman

The international break often encourages the cry ‘Oh Man’ from fans. Well this time it’s appropriate as that is who is visiting Selhurst for a friendly fixture with true international flavour. Oman is officially called the Sultanate of Oman and is an Arab state in south west Asia on the

08 Sep 2013

We Become One

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.

07 Sep 2013

FFL Week 3

The third week of the fantasy season and we once again have a new leader. Young Daisy Price and her team Eagle Girl scored 73 points which was enough to move them into top spot on 197 points. It was a double scoop for Daisy as her team were top scorers. It was

06 Sep 2013

Palace Aussies – Part 1

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

05 Sep 2013

Grass Roots – Sutton United

Our article earlier in the season confirming that we will be following the fortunes of non-league Sutton United has gone down very well indeed, particularly with the club. The team managed by Paul Doswell have experienced an indifferent start to the season but they currently sit comfortably mid-table of the Skrill South Division. With the

04 Sep 2013

Deadline Day

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