27 Oct 2013

Palace Out Gunned

Life without Holloway begun and Palace fan Keith Millen was at the helm with the help of Kevin Phillips for what seems like their one and only game in charge. All the fans hoped for in this one was a reaction from the players. Some thing that any new management

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26 Oct 2013

FFL Week 8

Here is the round up for week eight of the fantasy league but a gentle reminder that you need to make changes to your teams before 11.30am every Saturday. Leaders – all change at the top of the table as OneSeasonWonder (Paul Drew) moves into the lead after a fine score this

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26 Oct 2013

Palace In Perspective – Bonus Track

Bonus Track I was taking my son around the Crystal Palace Football Club museum, situated on the site of ‘The Nest’, the ground we used before Selhurst Park. We stared at an object that looked like a fire alarm, one of those small square red boxes nailed to a wall,

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25 Oct 2013

Preview – Palace v Arsenal

Crystal Palace have now made their worst start to a top flight campaign since 1980-81. We were eventually relegated that season after an identical number of points from the same number of matches. The departure of Holloway was confirmed on Wednesday following the rumours of a meeting between Steve Parish straight after

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24 Oct 2013

Palace In Perspective

I’ve Seen Worse It wasn’t a good night on Monday was it?  I have no need to be reminded of it really. Tuesday morning was going to be a welcome break.  A meeting with a lovely old lady two hours drive away from the office.  Except it wasn’t two hours,

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24 Oct 2013

Holloway Gone-away

Some would say that it had been coming. In truth, fans had been divided in recent weeks. The defeat to Fulham on Monday night was the catalyst. The absence of Holloway in the post match interviews was telling. Instead he was handing in his resignation to Steve Parish. It is

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23 Oct 2013

The Eagle Speaks

The game on Monday night against Fulham was pretty monumental for Palace. A game that given Fulham’s recent form was one that many looked at as a chance to get some more points on the board.  Pushing the form book aside for a moment it was also another game under the floodlights

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22 Oct 2013

Tale Of Two Goals

This is the story of how two goals can change a game. You can take what you want from that opening line. The fact is our first half performance against Fulham was pretty good. The two blips were two goals that you simply cannot defend. They changed the game. And

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21 Oct 2013

View From Across The Pond

With his weekly view from afar, Stephen Brandt  takes his shot at an Arsenal midfielder. You can catch Stephen as the host of Vuvuzela on Blogtalk radio … Wilshere Just Doesn’t Get It So Jack Wilshere thinks that only people born in England should be playing for England. All hell broke

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20 Oct 2013

Safe Hands

On the topical subject of reliable goalkeepers, Jason Crame returns with his views on the players that he has seen represent Palace between the sticks …. A lot has been said of late about the number one jersey for England with the apparent drop in form of Joe Hart. It happens.

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