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Crystal Palace

Rewind: When Cantona attacked a fan

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 By Jim Daly

Crystal Palace avoid deadline day blues with some quality early signings

Crystal Palace manager Alan Pardew spoke to the media on Thursday, ahead of his side's English Premier League clash with Everton on Saturday.

Right, we've definitely entered a parallel universe. Not only are Palace winning games, scoring goals, being all entertaining, winning friends and generally being awesome, but they are even getting their transfers done early.

In the last few deadline days, Palace have routinely been the team making the most last-minute deals, racing around the proverbial supermarket chucking in anything on which they can get their hands. In the summer transfer window 2013, Ian Holloway's last night trolley dash meant...

 By Jim Daly

Wilfried Zaha has been revitalised at Crystal Palace under Alan Pardew

Marouane Chamakh inspired Crystal Palace's progress to the FA Cup fifth round with a 3-2 win over Southampton.

Some things are just meant to be together: Morecambe and Wise, tea and biscuits, Ben and Jerry. Wilfried Zaha and Crystal Palace can probably be added to that list now.

Reports suggest that the winger is about to rejoin the Eagles on a permanent deal, two years after leaving Selhurst for a dream move to Manchester United.

An extended period of being ignored by former United boss David Moyes, followed by an unsuccessful loan at Cardiff, saw Zaha find his way back to Palace last August on loan. And...

 By Jim Daly

Zaha, Chamakh impress as Palace's astonishing hot streak continues

Marouane Chamakh, right, helped himself to a brace while Wilfried Zaha, left, had a hand in all three goals as Palace ran out 3-2 winners over the Saints.

There's a good chance we might have entered a parallel universe at the start of 2015. A universe where Palace win games, playing attacking, exciting football and are sixth favourites to win the FA Cup. If anyone had suggested such nonsense back in December when the Eagles were struggling to impress under Neil Warnock all that would have seemed like some sort of Hollywood sports epic, and yet here we are, three weeks into January, with Palace one of the form teams in England.

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When Manchester United's Eric Cantona attacked a fan in 1995

The ESPN FC crew revisit Eric Cantona's kung-fu kick against a Crystal Palace fan from over 20 years ago, where Cantona was suspended nine months from Manchester United.

On Jan. 25, 1995, with one ugly kick off the field, Eric Cantona managed to overshadow any of his most beautiful kicks on it. During a 1-1 draw at Crystal Palace, the Manchester United forward had lost control, crossing the line in every sense: he threw himself, feet first, at Palace supporter Matthew Simmons.

Even before that night 20 years ago, Cantona had been labelled Le Brat by the French press. After a series of incidents in his homeland, he had announced his retirement from the game in 1991...

 By Jim Daly

Crystal Palace's survival chances can be boosted by four transfer targets

Wilfried Zaha is on loan, but needs to return to Palace for good.

It's been a quiet January so far in terms of transfers, not just for Palace but for all clubs in the Premier League. Tightened purse strings seem to have become the theme of the New Year transfer window in recent years unless you're Manchester United or QPR. Traditionally, it had been proven that spending big works, but recent results go against that trend.

QPR went down in 2013, despite spending a second highest 20.5 million pounds in the January transfer window while Palace stayed up last season...

 By Jim Daly

Everything looking up after a wonderful day for Crystal Palace

Dwight Gayle seems to be a completely different player under Alan Pardew than he was under Neil Warnock.

Saturday probably couldn't have turned out any better for Crystal Palace. They won a huge game at Burnley after fighting back impressively from two goals down, rivals Millwall, Charlton and Brighton all lost, and Palace were an unprecedented first on Match of the Day in the evening -- a spot usually reserved for the big teams. These are halcyon days for Eagles fans.

That's now three games with Alan Pardew as manager, and three wins, nine goals scored, three conceded and unbeaten in 2015. If you...