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Crystal Palace

 By Jim Daly

Palace get Tony Pulis treatment from West Brom

Crystal Palace manager Alan Pardew praises West Brom for their organization and places no blame on his team for being unable to break down the visitors.

So that's what it feels like to be on the other side. That's what it feels like to have played against Crystal Palace last season. And it turns out that it really isn't fun. Seeing it from the other side of the fence has only just made it apparent how many teams Palace must have frustrated last season under Tony Pulis.

The former Palace manager did a number on his former side with current club West Brom; he "Pulised" them. He Pulised them good. Palace had the majority of possession -- a massive...

 By Jim Daly

Crystal Palace in fine form for Tony Pulis return to Selhurst

Crystal Palace's Yannick Bolasie notched a memorable hat-trick in his side's 4-1 win over Sunderland.

It's always awkward when you bump into someone you used to be very close with, especially if that spark has long gone. Instantly you are both transported to the good times you shared together, and if one of you is doing much better than the other these days, well, that only adds to the awkwardness.

Palace will have a similarly uncomfortable meeting with an ex on Saturday as Tony Pulis returns to Selhurst Park with his new West Brom side for the first time since leaving Palace back in August. And...

 By Jim Daly

Hat-trick hero Bolasie is one of the best in the Premier League right now

Alan Pardew was thrilled after his Crystal Palace side thumped Sunderland 4-1 at the Stadium of Light.

Andy Johnson did it. Bruce Dyer did it, too. Glenn Murray has also done it. But before Saturday's 4-1 win at Sunderland, only Ian Wright had done it for Palace in the top division in English football.

Now Yannick Bolasie can add his name to the list of Eagles players who have scored a hat trick at the very top. While Wright's haul came in the old Division One, "Yala" became the first Palace player to net a treble in the Premier League after his stellar showing at Sunderland.

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Bolasie's treble capped...

 By Jim Daly

Alan Pardew has Crystal Palace fans partying like it's 1990

Crystal Palace boss Alan Pardew looks ahead to Saturday's Premier League trip to Sunderland and explains why he believes his side are safe.

It's funny how football creates its own narratives; stories that happen from seemingly nothing. There have been plenty at Crystal Palace down the years, and the latest one unfolding is around the boss, Alan Pardew.

This week 25 years ago, Pardew scored in Palace's FA Cup semifinal win over Liverpool. The extra-time winner over the reigning cup champions and the best team in England elevated Pardew from reliable squad member to cult hero status.

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Palace went to Wembley and lost to Manchester United...

 By Jim Daly

Glenn Murray proves romanticism in football isn't dead yet

Glenn Murray is the man that Palace have been looking for.

In the world of philosophy, Occam's Razor suggests that the simplest answer is often the best and that may well be the case in the Crystal Palace striker's department too. For the last 18 months or so the club have been looking for a new forward but maybe he was right under their noses all along.

Against Manchester City on Monday night Glenn Murray scored his fifth goal in five games to help the Eagles to a brilliant win over the Premier League champions on yet another memorable night down at Selhurst...

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Alan Pardew proves to Manuel Pellegrini there's no place like home

ESPN FC's Paul Mariner believes Manchester City are an aging squad and need to regroup, following their 2-1 defeat to Crystal Palace.

Alan Pardew's tone appeared downbeat as he picked through his best night yet as manager of Crystal Palace. Then, the mask slipped and his eyes sparkled with pleasure.

"This is my media face," he admitted after his team had beaten Manchester City 2-1, to virtually end the champions' hopes of retaining their Premier League title. "But when I get back in my office I shall be having a nice, quiet beer, thank you very much, and you can come and join me and I'll smile at you. It's a fabulous night for...