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 By Jim Daly
2 days ago

Crystal Palace show plenty of fight in defeat to Chelsea

Crystal Palace manager Neil Warnock shares his opinion on his team's performance in a 2-1 loss against Chelsea.

A banner in the Holmesdale Road end during Palace's home defeat to Chelsea on Saturday read "Roman's dirty money is a disease that has plagued our game." It was directed at Blues owner Roman Abramovich, although it was perhaps a bit of a waste of time making as the Russian famously never goes to watch his team away from Stamford Bridge. He barely goes to see them for home games.

But it's an assessment a lot of fans of smaller clubs like Palace share about the way English football has developed...

3 days ago

Three Points: Crystal Palace vs. Chelsea

Tempers flared in Chelsea's seventh win of the season, as Azpilicueta and Delaney saw red.

LONDON -- A trio of thoughts on Chelsea's 2-1 win vs. Crystal Palace in the Premier League.

1. Chelsea prevail without their talisman

No Diego Costa and, while you wouldn't quite say there were no problems for Chelsea, there was at least no drop-off as Jose Mourinho's side made it 22 points from 24 this season to stay five clear of Manchester City.

Chelsea had to dig in and battle their way to victory in this match of two red cards. They ultimately showed enough finesse to go with that...

 By Jim Daly
7 days ago

Fans' favourite Jedinak needs patience as he seeks top form again

Ever-present Mile Jedinak is a firm fans' favourite at Crystal Palace but his form has come under scrutiny in recent weeks.

Life is full of constants; death, taxes, Arsenal players getting injured, Palace fans being amazing, Roy Keane getting angry, Bruce Forsyth.

At Selhurst Park, though, the only real constant you can bet your bottom dollar on is Mile Jedinak. The big Aussie is pretty much the first name on the team sheet and is the one player you can guarantee will be playing when you head down to SE25. I'm convinced he actually lives at the stadium -- he is always around whenever I go down there.

- Daly: 'McJedley'...

 By Jim Daly
Oct 8, 2014

Time for Palace fans to turn the page on Jonny Williams?

Crystal Palace starlet Jonny
Crystal Palace starlet Jonny "Joniesta" Williams is currently on loan at Ipswich Town.

It's easy to love a lot of things: boyfriends/girlfriends, family, Xboxes, box sets of "Breaking Bad." But at Crystal Palace, most of the fans' love seems to be saved for one player alone: Jonny Williams.

It's not hard to see why. Williams is a friendly, young chap, perennially carrying a smile on his face and a good footballer who always works his little socks off when he plays for Palace. He's also a local lad who came up through the ranks at the Eagles, which always makes a player 60 percent...

 By Jim Daly
Oct 5, 2014

Palace hope 'McJedley' can help the Eagles soar again

Crystal Palace manager Neil Warnock was disappointed by the defeat but could not fault his side's effort.

These days it seems to be all about the comeback. Classic films are being remade, television shows are being updated, and bands are getting back together. Two bands from the 2000s, Busted and McFly, whom I swear I wasn't a fan of (honest), have merged to become McBusted. (There is a point to this, stick with it.)

The Crystal Palace midfield trio of James McArthur, Mile Jedinak and Joe Ledley have been charmingly dubbed "McJedley" by the Eagles faithful. (See, told you.) The combination of the three...

 By Jim Daly
Sep 28, 2014

Warnock deserves credit for steering Palace on the right path

Crystal Palace manager Neil Warnock was fired up by his team's massive 3-2 victory at Goodison Park.
Neil Warnock has enjoyed a good start to life back at Crystal Palace, with the club continuing their decent form with a win at home to Leicester on Saturday.

Have you ever been on a cruise? They are exactly what you would expect -- lots of oldies, cheesy entertainment and an old boat ploughing on through a mixture of smooth and choppy seas. In many ways it's a bit like Palace's season so far.

August kicked off with a ship plunged into rough waves, without a captain or a rudder, and performances that made everyone on board seasick. Tony Pulis quit, there was a defeat against Arsenal and a terrible home loss to West Ham. Plenty of fans would have been...