06 May 2016

Should We Support Wales Or France This Summer?

It is perhaps difficult to start looking further afield when our Premier League safety has yet to be mathematically secured, plus the wonderful occasion of another day out at Wembley for the FA Cup Final against Manchester United. However, the upcoming European Championships in France has all the ingredients of

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05 May 2016

We Weren’t Dreamin When We Wrote This

My loan spell at Five Year Plan is almost up so I thought I would share with you all what we have been working on. There has only been one edition of the fantastic FYP Fanzine so far this season and it was looking like there would not be another

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05 May 2016

Joyous Scenes As Dundee Relegate Old Adversary

Monday 2nd May 2016. The day that Dundee hammered the final nail into Dundee United’s coffin to relegate them at Dens Park with a 93rd minute winner that was scored by an eighteen year old local lad who is Dundee through and through. It is a story that you honestly

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05 May 2016

Bring Back Discipline For The Good Of The Game

First of all, I’m sure anyone and everyone reading this would like to join me in congratulating Leicester City on what is probably the biggest team sporting success in history. That is no understatement. What they have done surpasses Brian Clough’s Nottingham Forest in my opinion. Football now is a

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04 May 2016

Women’s Premier League: Lowestoft Town 2-4 Crystal Palace

Palace Ladies made the long journey to Lowestoft for their penultimate match of a successful season on Sunday writes chairman Richard Spokes. The hosts, a much improved side since their difficult start to the season, were out to prove a point after they conceded nine goals against Palace last time

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03 May 2016

Testing Times Could End On The Highest Note Possible

The Strange Case of Dr Jekyll and Mr Hyde is a famous novel by the Scottish author Robert Louis Stevenson. Stay with me … First published in 1886, the work is about a London lawyer named Gabriel John Utterson who investigates strange occurrences between his old friend, Dr Henry Jekyll,

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02 May 2016

Pink Moon

Here are four things I know about at the end of this week. Sam Allardyce is a bit of a tit. Wayne Hennessy may not be the best goal-keeper at Palace. Everton fans are not happy because that nice Roberto Martinez is a fallible manager. Arsenal fans are not happy

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01 May 2016

Premier League Review: Newcastle United 1-0 Crystal Palace

Match Facts Date – 30th April 2016 Venue – St James’ Park Attendance – 52,107 Referee – Mike Dean Bookings – Mbemba, Colback, Goal – Townsend Star Eagle – Joel Ward/ Scott Dann (7.1) Match Review The Eagles made the long trip back to South London without any points after

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01 May 2016

Commitment in The Cup But Are We Forgetting the League?

It was great to see Palace reach their first FA Cup final in twenty-six years last week, and a great performance was required for us to get there. Fortunately, we turned up and put on a brilliant show for the thirty odd thousand fans that were lucky enough to get

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30 Apr 2016

Terrific Jedinak Leads By Example

I think we can all agree that last weekend was quite special. Palace had their moment in the spotlight as Alan Pardew and company booked their place in the FA Cup final in what will be a re-run of the famous game in 1990 against Manchester United. Connor Wickham’s headed goal

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