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Neil Warnock: "I Owe The Palace Fans After 2010"

In the four years since leaving Crystal Palace for QPR, a lot has changed for Neil Warnock. At the age of 65, the former Sheffield United boss had settled nicely into the world of sporting punditry, but when Steve Parish formally offered him the chance to return to management with Palace, it seems he simply couldn’t say no. 637 more words

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Match Preview: Newcastle United vs. Crystal Palace

Newcastle United will be looking for their first Premier League victory of the season when they face Crystal Palace at St.James’ Park on Saturday. 515 more words

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Shaun Derry Rubbishes Rumours Of A Palace Return

After speculation linking him with a role in Neil Warnock’s back-room team at Crystal Palace, Shaun Derry has stated categorically that he will not be leaving Notts County in the near future. 419 more words

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Mike Jones To Take Charge Of Crystal Palace Match On Saturday

Mike Jones will referee Newcastle’s Barclays Premier League home fixures against Crystal Palace on Saturday (3 pm kick-off).

It will be the first time the Cheshire-based official will referee a match for the Magpies this season, and only his second match refereed in the new season. 135 more words

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Weekly Wager

The Tenner Bet sticks to a tried-and-tested formula for the Weekly Wager after successive winners in McBookie’s highest-rated market yielded a 17-point profit. A quick heads up, first, though to say that from here on, I’ll be picking my Beat The Tenner Bet selection from the highest-rated market each week since it almost certainly guarantees us a winner and it limits entrants to the 22 participants who start whichever game I go with. 435 more words

Editorial

Bannan Could Be Central To Our Plans, Literally

Palace always seem to struggle against Newcastle, and with that in mind Jack Thurston has a suggestion for a change of tactics at St James’ Park tomorrow… 414 more words

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"Together our spirit is unbreakable"

Whilst Saturday’s disappointing performance begins to mellow, there was one positive that I could take from that day, and that was the fans.

I’d heard rumours of a display being planned again for the start of the season but had forgot the magnitude of the effort that those who plan and carry out these displays and the effect it can create at Selhurst. 343 more words