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 Posted by Jim Daly
1 day ago

Zaha's return brings hope for Crystal Palace

Wilfried Zaha snatched a victory away from Newcastle with a goal late in stoppage time to seal a 3-3 draw.

"Unfinished business." That was the phrase both Neil Warnock and Wilfried Zaha used when they returned to Palace this week.

Warnock was back in the manager's seat after four years, having left the club when they were teetering on the brink of administration.

And Zaha has returned on loan having left Palace last summer to move to Manchester United for what should have been the move that ignited his top-flight career. But a lack of opportunities at Manchester United left him frustrated and ultimat...

5 days ago

Eagles turn back the clock in hiring Neil Warnock

Crystal Palace have named Neil Warnock as their new manager following the departure of Tony Pulis shortly before the start of the season.

Football is a bit like relationships: They say never go back. But in Palace's case, that rule doesn't seem to apply.

David Hopkin, Sean Derry, Clinton Morrison and Dougie Freedman are just a handful of players who have returned with mixed results. Steve Coppell came back as manager FOUR times. There's something about the club that some people just can't resist.

And now you can add Neil Warnock to that list. The manager has come back to Selhurst for his second stint in the dugout, four years afte...

 Posted by Jim Daly
Aug 24, 2014

Things all out of sorts at Palace

You know that moment when you realise you're in trouble. That cold sweat suddenly starts seeping out of your pores, as you start to apprehend that everything is going wrong. Whatever reason you had for optimism has dissipated. You're in hot water.

That's exactly how most Palace fans felt at 4:45 p.m. on Saturday afternoon after West Ham had visited Selhurst and ruined any cause for hope that had swirled around the ground prior to kickoff. They crashed the proverbial garden party, overturned...

John Brewin profile picture Posted by John Brewin
Aug 23, 2014

Three Points: C Palace vs. West Ham

LONDON -- A trio of thoughts from West Ham's 3-1 win at   Crystal Palace.

1.   Hammers punish leaderless Palace

The longer Crystal Palace remain managerless, the deeper the trouble they will be in. West Ham took full advantage of their confused interregnum and, in doing so, eased the pressure on their own manager, Sam Allardyce. Whoever eventually replaces Tony Pulis may have to pull off a rescue job of equal measure to that which he achieved last season.

Selhurst Park's usual roar, wh...

 Posted by Jim Daly
Aug 22, 2014

Palace's search for points after problems

Keith Millen took temporary charge for Crystal Palace's opening match of the season, with the club still searching for a permanent successor to Tony Pulis.

With all the drama surrounding Crystal Palace this week, it's easy to forget there's actually a game this weekend, with West Ham visiting Selhurst for the Eagles' first home match of the new season.

It's a game that Tony Pulis & Co. would have looked down the fixture list in the summer and penciled in as one to get three points from.

- Allardyce: I'll end Palace hoodoo
- Millen dodges Mackay questions

Pulis has now gone, and his assistant Keith Millen is calling the shots -- the second time he'...

 Posted by Jim Daly
Aug 17, 2014

Eagles can still soar after Pulis

Brede Hangeland celebrates scoring on his debut but Crystal Palace could not hold on to their lead away at Arsenal on the opening day of the season.

"Who needs a manager?" the Palace fans sung while 1-0 up at Arsenal, showing that even in the toughest of times they can still find space for humour.

It's been a stressful and depressing week for Eagles supporters. Just when it looked like the club were finally making that step up to become an established Premier League team, the rug was pulled from under everyone's' feet as manager Tony Pulis walked out.

- Report: Arsenal 2-1 Crystal Palace
- Mangan: Arsenal looked rusty
- Millen: Let me conti...