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 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...

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Alan Pardew: James McArthur should be embarrassed by dive

Crystal Palace recorded their fourth win in five Premier League away matches under Alan Pardew as they came from behind to beat Stoke 2-1 at the Britannia Stadium.

Crystal Palace manager Alan Pardew has said James McArthur should be embarrassed after diving during the 2-1 win against Stoke on Saturday.

After going a goal down to Mame Biram Diouf's 14th-minute opener, Palace levelled in the 41st minute through a Glenn Murray penalty awarded contentiously when referee Andre Marriner adjudged Asmir Begovic to have fouled Yannick Bolasie.

Alan Pardew was unimpressed with McArthur's attempt to deceive the referee.

The Eagles swiftly struck again as Wilfried Zaha punished ponderous Stoke defending to score in first-half stoppage time.

However,...

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Crystal Palace boss Alan Pardew: Penalty was turning point in Stoke win

ENGLISH PREMIER LEAGUE: Glenn Murray (41') Stoke City 1-1 Crystal Palace

Crystal Palace boss Alan Pardew believes the first-half penalty awarded to his side was the "turning point" in Saturday's 2-1 comeback victory over Stoke.

After going a goal down to Mame Biram Diouf's 14th-minute opener, Palace levelled in the 41st minute through a Glenn Murray penalty awarded contentiously when referee Andre Marriner adjudged Asmir Begovic to have fouled Yannick Bolasie.

The Eagles swiftly struck again as Wilfried Zaha punished ponderous Stoke defending to score in first-half...

 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...