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 By Jim Daly
21 hours ago

Why watching Clyne's England debut was so satisfying for Palace fans

Crystal Palace product Nathaniel Clyne made his full England debut against Slovenia during the week.

Following a team like Crystal Palace has always been something of a cult practice. Even the late, great DJ John Peel agreed. "Supporting Palace has a certain cult value -- like pretending that some Peruvian rock band is the best in the world," he once said.

And this week, Palace fans got another chance to feel like footballing hipsters when Nathaniel Clyne made his full England debut -- and shone big time. He's perhaps fortunate in that there hasn't been a solid England right-back for decades and...

 By Jim Daly
7 days ago

Campbell still the right man up top for Palace

Crystal Palace manager Neil Warnock rues his team's missed chances to take the lead in a 1-nil loss at Old Trafford.

It's international week which gives Palace fans the chance to reflect on the season so far. By this time last season, the Eagles had four points having just drawn at home to Everton under caretaker Keith Millen.

Things were ever so slightly starting to look a bit more positive after an awful start to the season. This season things are starting to look negative after a fairly decent start to the season. Palace have nine points from 11 games, five more than they had last season. They've scored way...

ESPN FC  By ESPN staff
Nov 11, 2014

Player of the Season so far: Your club's best performer in the Premier League

The ESPN FC crew respond to your tweets and discuss the candidates for EPL MVP thus far and question whether or not Craig Burley will ever manage.

With the season in full swing, who has shone in the Premier League? We asked our ESPN FC bloggers who has been their club's player of the season so far ...

- Europe: Star players for the continental clubs so far

Arsenal: Alexis Sanchez

In a season when Arsenal have lurched from the less than sublime to the beyond ridiculous, the Chilean stands head and shoulders above anyone else. Desire, work rate, energy, application, a hunger to make an impact on games and the end product to back it up. So far...

 By Jim Daly
Nov 9, 2014

Palace sympathy for Speroni as hero's rare slip cost the Eagles at United

Julian Speroni looks on dejected after he let Juan Mata's shot slip past him during Crystal Palace's 1-0 defeat to Manchester United on Saturday.

Even heroes have off days. There are some times when Superman just can't be bothered or Batman would rather just sit at home reading a book. And as Palace lost 1-0 at Manchester United on Saturday, it was down to a rare error from the Eagles' goalkeeper Julian Speroni.

The four times Player of the Year probably should have done better with a Juan Mata shot in the second half which he flapped at, resulting in the winning goal. Mata's shot took a deflection and this almost certainly made it trickier...

Nov 8, 2014

Three Points: Manchester United vs. Crystal Palace

Juan Mata scored the game winner in what was a vital win for Manchester United.

MANCHESTER, England -- A trio of observations from Manchester United's 1-0 win vs. Crystal Palace in the Premier League on Saturday.

1. Mata's winner, but flaws remain

Manchester United are back on track, with Juan Mata's goal clinching just their fourth win of the season, but are still nowhere near to what could be called their best. At the least, Mata came off the bench to score his first goal in five league games, and thereby gave Louis van Gaal his first win in four.

That makes the manager's...

 By Jim Daly
Nov 4, 2014

Crystal Palace officially in relegation battle after Sunderland loss

Neil Warnock called for "world-class' referees to officiate Premier League games after Crystal Palace's Mile Jedinak was sent off during their 3-1 defeat to Sunderland.

Strap in, folks, Palace are officially in a relegation battle.

Monday night's home defeat to Sunderland tipped the Eagles from, "Well, I think they're probably going to be OK" over the edge into a big fat pit of "Yep, they're in trouble."

It was a game that most Palace fans had not only dubbed a "must win" but also a "must win and score a few goals to ease our fears about cracks starting to appear." Those cracks are now so apparent no amount of face cream will save them.

Some fans are already...