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Caps still haven't identified their 2C

From the Washington Post, on the Capitals’ ongoing auditions to play second-line center — auditions that now, apparently, include Brooks Laich (just like old times… 234 more words

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Five Players to Avoid in Your Fantasy Draft

Fantasy hockey season is just around the corner, and many drafts will take place in the upcoming two weeks. I’ve identified five players whose underlying (and in some cases overlying) numbers suggest their 2013-14 statlines may contain some mirage-like components, and who are getting picked higher than they likely should be. 564 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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Say it how it is! Overlooked by England! Why?

Today I read rumours, young Tyler Blackett, playing for Manchester United is to be fast tracked for England honours. This is quite frankly absurd. Blackett has made only five Premier League appearances, one of which resulted in a reckless challenge and a red card. 600 more words

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Forget Fashion: Embracing The "Palace Way" Of Playing

When it was first announced that Neil Warnock was the man chosen to replace Tony Pulis, questions were understandably asked about the thinking behind the board’s decision. 410 more words

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Damien Delaney's Career Is At An All-Time High Point

As the final whistle sounded yesterday afternoon, Damien Delaney will have felt an overwhelming glow of satisfaction. Four years after sustaining an injury that nearly cost him his life, the Irishman is playing a pivotal role in a Premier League side, and rightly being recognised for his superb performances. 336 more words

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Warnock Deserves Huge Credit For Palace's Unbeaten Run

Hindsight – noun

understanding of a situation or event only after it has happened or developed.

The above definition highlights a word which can come in extremely handy in the world of football fandom, with a vast number of Palace fans exercising their right to use it this morning when evaluating the start Neil Warnock has made to his second spell in charge at Selhurst Park. 464 more words

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