22 Oct 2018

Aches, Pains And Blisters But Marathon March Gives So Much More

Leaving aside the 5am Saturday start, the day did not start particularly well. Yes, I got to Selhurst Park bright and early at 6:45am, got a cup of tea and the very welcome bacon sandwich provided by the club, met up with my walking buddy, Julian, and met some fellow

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19 Oct 2018

Premier League Preview – Everton

After a much needed break for international football, the Eagles return to Premier League action at Goodison Park to take on Everton. It has been a happy hunting ground for Palace in recent seasons other than the loss there last season having been unbeaten in this fixture for four games

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12 Oct 2018

Diving Controversy, Unwanted Personal Record And Yet Another Home Defeat

Dundee returned to their old ways on Saturday when they succumbed to Kilmarnock at Dens Park in controversial circumstances.

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11 Oct 2018

Zaha Is The Target As He Is The Main Man

Stop Wilfried Zaha and you stop Palace. That is the opinion of most that play the Eagles at the moment and for the most part, it is true. Since his outburst to the media about the harsh treatment that has been handed out to him by the some opposition already

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10 Oct 2018

Italian Influences In New York Football Scene

New York City is a massive and historic city. The city is known for it’s immigrants, Ellis Island, the entry into the States for most people is in New York City. Groups tend to stay with their own countrymen. They would also set up social clubs which tended to turn

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09 Oct 2018

Premier League Statistics: Crystal Palace 0-1 Wolverhampton Wanderers

MATCH FACTS Date – 6th October 2018 Venue – Selhurst Park Attendance – 25,715 Referee – Michael Oliver Cards – McArthur, van Aanholt, Coady, Moutinho, Jonny, Cavaleiro, Kouyate Goals – Doherty (56) STAR EAGLE – Aaron Wan-Bissaka (7.5) TEB VERDICT This was a game where the pressure was on to

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08 Oct 2018

Five Things We Learnt From The Defeat To Wolves

After another Premier League game at Selhurst Park, we are still waiting for our first Palace goal. Here is what else we learnt from the disappointing defeat to newcomers Wolves. 1. Roy Hodgson is trying to turn Palace into something they’re not. Hark back to the end of last season

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05 Oct 2018

Premier League Preview – Wolverhampton Wanderers

Following the late defeat on Monday night down on the South Coast, Roy Hodgson will know the importance of picking up some points ahead of the international break.  The Eagles welcome newly promoted Wolverhampton Wanderers to Selhurst Park for the first time in almost six years and it is a

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05 Oct 2018

Crucial Mistakes Are Taking Their Toll

The first few months of the Premier League season have been rough for our beloved Palace. If you throw out the opening day victory away at Fulham, Palace have accumulated four points in six games. From these games, only three league goals have been scored in TOTAL! Not great. A

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04 Oct 2018

Memory Lane – Wolverhampton Wanderers

This season, I want to take a walk down memory lane back through my 24 years and over 600 games of watching Palace. For each home game, I’ll reflect on the highs and lows that I’ve seen against our opposition. Some clubs, I’ve got a rich history of great Palace

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