27 Nov 2013

The Eagle Speaks

After around a month without a manager at Palace the club finally announced the appointment of Tony Pulis just after midday on Saturday. The appointment may not be every fans cup of tea but we can now take a deep breath and get on with the rest of the season. At the

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26 Nov 2013

Player Profile – Ryan Inniss

Academy player, Ryan Inniss, kindly agreed to answer some questions from our followers on Twitter and Facebook. You can follow Ryan on Twitter here. Ryan scored as England beat Scotland to lift the Victory Shield in March 2011 and also captained his country against Guinea and France, leading England to glory in the Montaigu Tournament in France. He

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25 Nov 2013

View From Across The Pond

It is a big thing for America to have Orlando City SC. For those who have listened to my show (Vuvuzela – Tuesdays on Blog Talk Radio 6.30pm est) you will know that I have been advocating Orlando City for a while. I’ve also said for a while that the next

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24 Nov 2013

Chamakh’s Bandage

If there was one team that we have had the measure of in recent years then it is Hull City. With that in the pack pocket Palace travelled up to Hull along with the news that Tony Pulis will be taking over after the game. This was one more for

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23 Nov 2013

Crystal Pulis

After what has seemed like an awfully long drawn out process. Palace have a new management team. Hot, or not so hot on the heels of the appointment of Iain Moody in a director capacity Steve Parish announced that Tony Pulis would take over the team with immediate effect. If you

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23 Nov 2013

Palace Preview – Hull City

So we return from another unimportant and frankly uninteresting international break to Premier League action and normality resumes with the good news that there isn’t another one for several months. Palace continue to be the main story and still to appoint a successor to Ian Holloway with fans wondering if anybody is actually willing

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21 Nov 2013

Palace In Perspective

We’re all a bit cross. Cross with each other. Every candidate for the manager’s job has aroused from some quarter or another, some of it more understandable than others.  Iain Dowie seems to have led the pack on this front, which is entirely understandable given his departure ‘up North’ to Charlton.

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20 Nov 2013

View From The KC

Here we have the views from Hull City fan Rick Skelton ahead of our trip to the KC Stadium this weekend. You can follow Rick on Twitter.   The visit of Palace on Saturday comes at a very interesting time for Hull City. We’ve started the season well but every

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19 Nov 2013

The Eagle Speaks

Yet again, a difficult article to write this week with Palace still in the wilderness without a manager to guide us through the obstacles ahead. It has been very difficult to keep up with the on-going speculation surrounding the vacant position at the club as well as the bookmakers odds

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18 Nov 2013

View From Across The Pond

Yawn, Another International Break. We are on an international break worldwide and in the most part for friendlies. As I’ve said before on my radio show on blogtalk (Vuvuzela on Tuesday nights), these are pointless. It’s not that matches that are pointless or even club friendlies. Just friendlies for national teams that have just clinched

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