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 By Jim Daly

Crystal Palace enjoying superb start to the season under Alan Pardew

Alan Pardew hailed Yohan Cabaye's performance in Crystal Palace's win over West Brom.

All Crystal Palace fans ever wanted was progression; to see their club try their best to better themselves on an off the pitch. The 2-0 win over West Brom on Saturday was the clearest example yet they are doing exactly that.

For the past few seasons, the Eagles have built steadily on the successes of previous campaigns and now find themselves enjoying the most prosperous run in recent years. After eight games of the new season, they sat third in the Premier League following Saturday's fixtures....

 By Jim Daly

Palace seek home comforts ahead of West Brom and West Ham visits

Alan Pardew has previously spoken of his desire to lift Crystal Palace further than finishing midtable.

This is where the real test comes for Crystal Palace. They've come through that tricky opening spell that included Chelsea, Manchester City and Tottenham and emerged with three commendable points.

They went to Watford, who hadn't lost at home in the Premier League so far or even let in a goal there -- but the visitors claimed the win. At almost every test so far this season, they have passed with flying colours.

But the next few weeks are where the hard work really starts for Alan Pardew's men....

 By Jim Daly

Crystal Palace win versus Watford had familiar air to Eagles' 2013 promotion

Crystal Palace manager Alan Pardew and Watford manager Quique Flores react to their team's respective performances following Crystal Palace's 1-0 victory at Vicarage Road.

There was something familiar about Palace's win at Watford on Sunday. The last time the Eagles played the Hornets was the Championship playoff final in 2013. That day Wilfried Zaha won a late penalty which Kevin Phillips converted to send Palace to the Premier League.

Fast forward two and a bit years and the Eagles beat their sort-of London rivals by the same scoreline with Zaha again winning the spot kick. And rather freakishly, he won it in the same part of the penalty area for an almost identical...

 By Jim Daly

Crystal Palace's Dwight Gayle could solve striker issues in Watford match

Manager of Crystal Palace Alan Pardew says he wants his side to be competing at the top of the division, because they're better than being in the middle of the table.

A lot of things have changed since Crystal Palace last played Watford.

It was the summer of 2013 when the Eagles and Hornets last met and it was the Championship playoff final. Palace had stumbled into the top six after a run of less-than-brilliant performances while Watford had just missed out on automatic promotion. But both clubs made the final after epic semifinal second legs. The Eagles won a memorable game down at archrivals Brighton. In the other semifinal, Gianfranco Zola's Hornets scored...

 By Chris Wright

Crystal Palace defender Brede Hangeland takes the train home

Shortly after the culmination of his side's 4-1 victory over Charlton in the Capital One Cup on Wednesday evening, Crystal Palace defender Brede Hangeland decided to celebrate by mingling with mere mortals after the game.

While we suspect it may have been a different story had Palace lost to their south London neighbours, Hangeland was spotted on the platform at Selhurst station, waiting patiently to catch a train home.

 By Jim Daly

Crystal Palace could rue Glenn Murray sale amid questions over attack

ESPN FC's Gab Marcotti says Glenn Murray will turn out to be a hit at Bournemouth.

Everyone makes bad decisions that come back to haunt them almost immediately and Crystal Palace's decision to sell Glenn Murray could well be one of those. The forward, who was much loved at Selhurst Park, departed on transfer deadline day and in the two games that followed, the Eagles have started with a man up front who isn't even a striker.

Injury to Connor Wickham has left manager Alan Pardew with the choice of Dwight Gayle, Fraizer Campbell or someone else and in the last two games against...