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Neil Warnock Clears The Air With Jason Puncheon Over Dinner

When it was first announced that Neil Warnock would be returning for a second stint in charge of Crystal Palace, there was a suggestion that Jason Puncheon, who had previously been publicly critical of his new boss, could be on the way out of the club. 311 more words

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Neil Warnock Compares The Palace Captain Jedinak To A Dessert

Following his goal against Leicester, Neil Warnock has labelled Mile Jedinak as a “bread and butter pudding player” whilst speaking to the press, with the manager clearly extremely grateful for the role the Australian played in our victory. 338 more words

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Arsenal fans, throughout the years seem to always pick a scape goat for the team’s dwindling fortunes. In recent years, such unlucky players have varied from Denilson, to Diaby, to Adebayor and to Ramsey, just to mention a few. 583 more words


On Loan Palace Keeper Impresses In FA Cup Tie

On loan Palace goalkeeper David Gregory put in an Impressive performance for Bishops Stortford over the weekend, as the Conference South outfit played out a 0-0 draw with Tooting & Mitcham in an FA Cup qualifying match at the ProKit UK Stadium. 146 more words

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Match Ratings : Palace 2-0 Leicester : Low Ratings All Round as City Defeated at Palace

Saturday 27 September, 15:00
Barclays Premier League
Selhurst Park, London

Crystal Palace 2
Campbell 51′, Jedinak 54′

Leicester City 0

Phil Neville described it as City’s “welcome to the Premier League” on Match of the Day, but whether you want to call it a reality check, the bubble bursting or as there was no hiding from the stark contrast against City’s performance from last weekend, or the resulting ratings given by the City fans. 340 more words


Jonathan Williams Loaned Out To Ipswich Town

Jonathan Williams has joined English Championship outfit Ipswich Town on a 93-day loan deal from Crystal Palace.

Palace boss Neil Warnock granted the Wales international two appearances this season since he took over at Selhurst Park earlier this month, but has not really been in the manager’s plans for this season, and has decided Williams would benefit from more regular first-team football and has agreed to loan him put to Ipswich. 41 more words


The Return of Jonny Williams, the Welsh Iniesta

Last term, Ipswich took on a little known Welshman on loan from Crystal Palace – highly thought of by fans of his parent club, described as the Welsh Iniesta – a moniker which initially made me chuckle. 352 more words