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Palace Defenders Ward & Delaney In New Contract Talks

Contract negotiations between Crystal Palace and defensive duo Damien Delaney and Joel Ward are thought to be progressing steadily, according to the Daily Mail.

Having seen both players play pivotal roles in both our promotion campaign of 2013 and last season’s battle to avoid relegation, it sounds as if everyone at the club is keen to see them extend their stay at Selhurst Park for the foreseeable future. 198 more words

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Steve Parish Hints At Palace Training Ground Move

Whilst speaking to the South London Press last week, Steve Parish claimed that the club may well look to move to a new training facility sooner rather than later, with the current site in Beckenham limiting our ability to grow as a club. 258 more words

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Chelsea FC Legend: Bobby Tambling

James Spiking goes back in time and looks at the career of Chelsea legend Bobby Tambling. Should he be getting more praise then he is receiving? 681 more words
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Neil Warnock's Son The Subject Of Scrutiny From Football Agents

The Daily Mail are this morning reporting that a selection of football agents have raised concerns over the involvement of Neil Warnock’s son in a Sports Management company whose clients include Wilfried Zaha and Damien Delaney. 276 more words

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Tales From South London.

Crystal Palace vs. Chelsea : 18 October 2014.

On the drive in to London, as we neared West Drayton or Colnbrook, Parky flicked through a few of the CDs that he had brought along for the day. 2,553 more words

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Julian Speroni Expects A Reaction From Palace At West Brom

Julian Speroni is refusing to worry about the team’s form following back-to-back defeats in the Premier League, with the Argentine preferring to focus on the general pattern of our performances, rather than the results. 414 more words

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Mile Jedinak Sees Himself At Palace For The Foreseeable Future

Mile Jedinak tends to shy away from the limelight when the occasion allows him. Despite being Crystal Palace’s captain, the Australian is far happier to keep his head down and focus on the job at hand, rather than clamouring for the media attention some others crave, but in a recent interview with The National, he has opened up on his time with the club in full. 1,001 more words

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