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Former reporter in bitter attack against 'clickbait' Advertiser

STEVEN DOWNES on an extraordinary Twitter outburst from a “heart broken” local newspaper journalist who says that redundancies and cut-backs at his old workplace have made things “really shit” 2,311 more words

Croydon Council

Premier League 2016/17 Predictions: Part 2

Crystal Palace

Last season: 15th

It was certainly a tale of two halves for Palace last season, who slumped to a disappointing 15th place finish after looking at first as if it would be a promising campaign. 1,478 more words


“Let’s go to the Colonies!”: The Festival of Empire at the Crystal Palace, 1911

From one imperial capital to another. I found this postcard, which commemorates the Festive of Empire that was staged at the Crystal Palace in London in 1911, in a shop in the Galerie Vivienne in Paris, one fine spring morning in 2014. 1,321 more words


Alan Pardew wary of new Selhurst Park pitch as Crystal Palace prepare to host Tottenham


*** First published article and byline in the London Evening Standard ***

Crystal Palace manager Alan Pardew admits the new pitch at Selhurst Park may play a factor in tomorrow’s game with Tottenham. 235 more words

Crystal Palace Season Preview

Photograph by Sebastian1906

Stadium: Selhurst Park Capacity: 25,456 Last Season’s Finish: 15th Prediction: 11th


Alan Pardew

Bad dancing and sideline squareups aside Alan Pardew is a very reliable manager who is also good tactically and is often able to get players to perform at their best. 545 more words


Premier League preseason: Four road sides win, Chelsea faces Liverpool tonight

The main event of Wednesday’s preseason schedule is still to come, but we have four results in the books before dinner time.

[ REPORT: Timbers add NUFC man… 206 more words

Premier League

10 things I do not want to hear this season...

1. A drum at the Emirates Stadium. We do not need it. Manufactured crap. Leave stuff like that to small clubs like Spurs.

2. “Don’t take me home” – The song of England’s (failed) Euro 2016 campaign. 380 more words