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 Posted by Jim Daly
13 hours ago

Crystal Palace do the unexpected again at Everton

Neil Warnock relished Crystal Palace's first win of the Premier League season, with a 3-2 victory over a tough Everton side.

I'm genuinely in shock. I really wasn't expecting Palace to get any sort of result at Everton, let alone a win. I think most Eagles fans would have been in the same boat. Given the way the Toffees brushed past Wolfsburg in the Europa League and Palace's stuttering performance against Burnley the week before, Sunday's clash had a home win written all over it.

Of course I should have known better. These are the sort of games Palace somehow get results from, rendering the form book completely pointless.

It's...

 Posted by Jim Daly
Sep 14, 2014

Julian Speroni, the Palace saviour, a man for all seasons

Crystal Palace manager Neil Warnock was disappointed his side was unable to defeat Burnley.

Crystal Palace succumbed to the pressure in a 0-0 home draw with Burnley on Saturday, and in a way, we're all responsible.

"It's a must-win game," nearly every Eagles fan said on the way to Selhurst Park for the arrival of the newly promoted team. The team with the smallest budget in the top flight. The team that is, for all intents and purposes, what Palace were in the Premier League last season.

Just as many teams did last season with the Eagles, Neil Warnock's men almost underestimated the Clarets...

 Posted by Jim Daly
Sep 7, 2014

Andrew Johnson can mould Crystal Palace's young strikers

After leaving South London for Everton in 2006, Andrew Johnson is returning to Crystal Palace as a player/coach.

The best thing about being a human being is the ability to change your mind. I do it all the time. When choosing what to eat for breakfast, when choosing what to wear, when choosing which TV series on Netflix I want to waste the day watching.

And I'm about to do the same regarding Crystal Palace re-signing Andrew Johnson. The 33-year-old striker was a goal-scoring legend for the Eagles back in 2004 as he scored the goals that took the club to the Premier League -- and nearly kept them there.

He...

 Posted by Jim Daly
Sep 3, 2014

How did Palace do in the window?

The ESPN FC crew answer your questions regarding how some of the biggest transfers will work out this season.

Ins and Outs

Players in: Chris Kettings (Blackpool, free), Fraizer Campbell (Cardiff, £900,000), Brede Hangeland (Fulham, free), Wilfried Zaha (Manchester United, loan), Martin Kelly (Liverpool, undisclosed), Zeki Fryers (Tottenham, £3m), James McArthur (Wigan, undisclosed), Kevin Doyle (Wolves, loan)

Players out: Kagisho Dikgacoi (Cardiff City, free), Danny Gabbidon and Aaron Wilbraham (released), Neil Alexander (Hearts, free), Jose Campana (Sampdoria, undisclosed), Jonathan Parr...

 Posted by Jim Daly
Aug 31, 2014

Zaha's return brings hope for Crystal Palace

"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 ultimately...

Aug 27, 2014

Eagles turn back the clock in hiring Neil Warnock

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 after...