Tag: Crystal Palace


Palace to park the bus against champions Chelsea?

Bottom of the table and without a league goal this campaign, we assess Crystal Palace’s chances against Antonio Conte’s men.


A summary of the last seven days in football

Jurgen Klopp continues to impress me with the way he conducts himself as a manager. Many people remember him fondly during his time at Borussia Dortmund and probably have them as a secret second club such was th


The rise of Chelsea youngster Patrick Bamford

As the famous quote goes “respect is earned, not given.” One young footballer epitomises this phrase. Chelsea forward Patrick Bamford has joined fellow Premier League club Crystal Palace on a season-long loan, but no


Crystal Palace fan sings funny parody of ‘Let It Go’ for Arsenal loanee Sanogo

Think it’s fair to say that when Crystal Palace signed Arsenal striker Yaya Sanogo on loan until the end of the season, Eagles fans were less than enamoured with the French youngster and probably felt Alan Pardew could’ve g


Managerial switches providing Premier League intrigue

Managers get sacked. That’s just a part of life in the Premier League, so much so that most bookmakers offer odds on the “Sack Race” throughout the season alongside more traditional wagers. While it took a bit longer than us


This embarrassing clearance from Mignolet sums Liverpool’s season up so far

Liverpool aren’t really going too well, are they? The contrast from last season is dramatic with a shedload of lacklustre performances this campaign and we’re only a third of the way through. Well, Sunday’s 3-1 def


Pulis and Palace proving the critics wrong

After Ian Holloway parted company with Crystal Palace way back in October, leaving them bottom of the Premier League with a mere three points to their name, it would have been difficult to find any Palace fan or pundit who still


Relegation rundown – who will drop?

Whilst there is a massive amount of media attention as to how this could be the closest title race in Premier League history, the fight to stay up could be just the same. This is how the bottom of the table