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 By Jim Daly

Julian Speroni is a Crystal Palace hero but his time may be up at Selhurst

Julian Speroni's latest error, this time in Crystal Palace's 1-0 loss at Southampton, has reopened the debate about his future at the club.

A 1-0 defeat at Southampton on Tuesday night wasn't a huge shock for Crystal Palace and the fans aren't flustered at losing to a side with Champions League aspirations.

There is a problem, though. Sadio Mane's winner has -- for some -- confirmed their worst fears; that cult hero goalkeeper Julian Speroni is finally past his prime.

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It's a real tug at the heart strings for Palace fans as he is a club legend. He's been there in the good times and the bad, sticking with the club during administration...

 By Jim Daly

Murray gives Pardew selection headache after West Ham brace

Crystal Palace manager Alan Pardew knows that notching away wins will help his club stay in the Premier League.

About 40 minutes into Crystal Palace's trip to West Ham on Saturday, I turned to my mate to lament the performance of Glenn Murray. "He's just not cutting it for me," I moaned. "I'm not sure he's good enough for the Premier League." Seconds later, right on cue, the forward rose highest to meet a Jason Puncheon corner and nod Palace into the lead. An arguably undeserved but more than welcome lead at Upton Park.

The result leaves Palace on 30 points, and only the most pessimistic of supporters would...

 By Jim Daly

Palace visit to West Ham overshadowed by ticket talk

Crystal Palace manager Alan Pardew was in a positive mood ahead of his side's match at home with Arsenal in the English Premier League on Saturday.

There are loads of great things about Palace being in the Premier League: better players in the squad, more fans at Selhurst, money to improve the team and stadium, wider coverage for how awesome the fans are, all sorts of things. But there is one thing that isn't so great ... and that's the massively expensive tickets for away fans.

Palace supporters going to West Ham this weekend have been asked to fork out 43 pounds for the privilege of visiting a ground that's probably not even in the top...

 By Jim Daly

Crystal Palace left to rue decisions that cost them vs. Arsenal

ESPN FC's Shaka Hislop recaps Arsenal's victory at Crystal Palace.

"Asking for help with shame says: You have the power over me.
"Asking with condescension says: I have the power over you.
"But asking for help with gratitude says: We have the power to help each other."

That's what rock star Amanda Palmer tells her fans in her brilliant book "The Art Of Asking," and it's a publication that perhaps Premier League referees and linesmen need to read, because it's time for them to accept that they need a bit more help than they are currently getting to properly officiate...

 By Michael Cox

Arsenal grind out important win over Crystal Palace to go third

Arsenal moved up to third in the Premier League with a hard-fought 2-1 win at Crystal Palace.
ESPN FC's Shaka Hislop recaps Arsenal's victory at Crystal Palace.
Arsenal's Nacho Monreal did not have a great game, but fortunately for him the side still won.

Three quick observations from Arsenal's 2-1 win over Crystal Palace at Selhurst Park on Saturday.

1. Left-backs struggle for both sides

Crystal Palace left-back Pape Souare has endured a difficult start to life in English football: he made his first appearance in a defeat against Liverpool in the FA Cup, then made his league debut here in another loss against Arsenal. He probably would have preferred to ease in against weaker sides, because the Senegalese left-back seemed entirely out of his depth...

 By Jim Daly

Ledley, McArthur, Jedinak or Mutch: who should start in Palace's midfield?

Crystal Palace manager Alan Pardew was in a positive mood ahead of his side's match at home with Arsenal in the English Premier League on Saturday.

We all face tough decisions in life. How much sugar do I have in my tea? Shall I actually go to the gym after work? Is 10 episodes in a row of "Game of Thrones" too many? (The answer to that last one if of course not; too few, if any!)

Crystal Palace boss Alan Pardew might have some much more serious decisions to make when Palace face Arsenal on Saturday, particularly when it comes to picking his first-choice midfielders. "Pards" may well find he has too many players for just a few positions for...