Has Wilfried Zaha brought Palace back from the dead?

November 19th, 2017 by

Many among the English top-flight believed Crystal Palace had little fight left in them after suffering a tumultuous start to the 2017/18 campaign. They looked to be a side totally deprived of any form of aggression, determination or hope.   After losing Frank de Boer just four games into the current Premier League campaign, and subsequently picking up the less than inspiring choice of Roy Hodgson in his place, Crystal…

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Roy Hodgson: The wrong man for the job at Crystal Palace?

September 26th, 2017 by

Crystal Palace currently represent something of a club in crisis. Although the impending threat of relegation feels some way off for the Eagles right in the here and now, it remains to be seen whether or not the determined South Londoners really have what it takes to maintain their Premier League status for yet another season of successful top-flight football.   With Frank de Boer already forced to pack his…

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Does relegation beckon for Crystal Palace this season?

November 20th, 2016 by

It’s certainly fair to say that Crystal Palace have begun the 2016/17 domestic campaign in less than convincing style thus far. Quite frankly, the Eagles have struggled to assert themselves for the most part this term, with the ever dreaded threat of relegation still lingering quietly upon the horizon as the pressures begin to mount down at Selhurst Park.   Alan Pardew’s side failed to come away with anything last…

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Must Crystal Palace continue to show faith in Christian Benteke?

October 18th, 2016 by

Crystal Palace’s latest big money striking acquisition has three Premier League goals to his name so far this season. The 25-year-old Belgian international has also been in fine form upon the international scene as of late, whilst seeming intent on helping Alan Pardew’s Eagles raise their collective stock among the English top-flight as soon as physically possible.   Yet as top-flight Premier League football can often prove something of an…

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