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Crystal Palace

 By Jim Daly

Crystal Palace anchor Scott Dann worthy of England call

Crystal Palace boss Alan Pardew says he hopes his players 'respond' to the Eagles fans who have been offered free coach travel to Stoke City for Saturday's Premier League game.

We all love an unsung hero. That person who just gets on with things not for want of praise or accolades, and is as reliable as an elephant. Or a Volkswagen. Or an elephant driving a Volkswagen. Well, at Palace there are quite a few but none more so than Scott Dann.

The centre-back has only been at Palace for just over a year but has firmly secured a first choice centre-back position thanks to countless classy, assured performances at the back. Oh and a few goals; Palace fans sing "Scott Dann...

 By Jim Daly

Palace's Pardew and Jedinak deserve end of season award consideration

Crystal Palace boss Alan Pardew says he hopes his players 'respond' to the Eagles fans who have been offered free coach travel to Stoke City for Saturday's Premier League game.

We're approaching that part of the season when the awards start to get polished, the tuxedos get ordered and the champagne gets put on ice, but will there be be any Palace staff celebrating? In a word, no. Despite impressing plenty and looking like they'll finish way higher than preseason expectations, out-performing plenty of bigger teams, there won't be any awards for Eagles players or managers come May.

The best chance the club has of being represented at a glitzy award ceremony is manager Alan...

 By Jim Daly

Crystal Palace dreaming big as Pardew orchestrates another away success

Glenn Murray and Wilfried Zaha netted to give Crystal Palace another away win, this time 2-1 at Stoke.

Alan Pardew must be one smug man right now. He usually is anyway, but Crystal Palace's 2-1 win at Stoke on Saturday takes Palace above the manager's previous club Newcastle in the table.

He was hounded out of the Toon by the fans and dubbed not good enough to be in charge. Funny how you don't know what you've got until it's gone.

Palace's home form hasn't been amazing under Pardew, but performances on the road have been simply incredible, and the win at the Britannia was the sixth win from seven...

 By Jim Daly

Crystal Palace's 'ultras' causing anxiety among club, other supporters

Crystal Palace's support has become infamous in the Premier League, but their ultras are now causing discomfort for the club.

On Saturday, Crystal Palace fans travel to Stoke knowing anything other than a defeat and they can pretty safely spend the return journey to London making plans for next season in the Premier League.

They probably are already safe given they are on 33 points with nine games to go coupled with the fact there are at least four or five teams below them who are in a world of trouble. But a point or a win at the Britannia and it's pretty much party time.

And it will be party time either way in the away...

 By Jim Daly

Zaha, Bolasie and Murray turn back the clock in Palace win

Palace beating QPR on Saturday was a bit like jumping into a Delorean time machine with Marty McFly and heading back in time; not back to 1955 but to 2013, to a time when Wilfried Zaha, Yannick Bolasie and Glenn Murray were tearing up the Championship as the Eagles marched towards promotion.

Ok, so Marty probably wouldn't be interested in jumping back just a few years but for Palace fans it was a brilliant time to be watching the Eagles, a time when the front three had real cohesion and were a proper...

 By Jim Daly

Crystal Palace owners deserving of credit amid talk of takeover

Crystal Palace manager Alan Pardew reacts to his side's 1-0 defeat at Southampton in the Premier League.

Palace have only ever had two American players, and they both arrived around the same time, more than a decade ago. In 2001 a gangly defender called Gregg Berhalter came to Selhurst Park on a free transfer from the Netherlands -- a common destination at that time for some of the USA's best players -- turning out for Cambuur Leeuwarden. About six months later he was joined by compatriot Jovan Kirovski, who had spent some time in the Bundesliga and arrived from Sporting in Portugal. For a brief...