Discussion in 'football' started by SE25, Jun 26, 2017.
Did they storm the gates and attack there own stewards and fans ? #just asking
Bloody seaweed. First I get stuck with loads of them at watford gap Saturday and now this
FA Cup: Crystal Palace 'disappointed' with evening kick-off for Brighton game - FA Cup: Crystal Palace 'disappointed' with evening kick-off for Brighton game
And FA Cup: Brighton v Palace set to be VAR landmark - FA Cup: Brighton v Palace set to be VAR landmark
That was soooo sweet!
Never leave early
6 games since you last lost?
Despite having a shit manager the spirit in your squad will keep you up.
Stripey nigel bastards.
Together, our spirit is unbreakable .
You were shit upto the sending off, stadium half empty but fuck me you have luck on your side. Got to be one of the luckiest teams going with dodgy pens and last minute goals. More misery next season if you escape the drop
Attendance was 23,500 only 2,000 below capacity. Not bad for a freezing Tuesday night.
I meant with 10 minutes left of the match. My mate went and said it was shit (football and negative atmosphere) apart from the ultras doing there thing. Do you think you will stay up ?
That goes without saying. I believe we are now out of the drop zone and heading for mid table by the new year.
We will be back in it if any of the teams below us win tonight.
The good news is they are playing Liverpool, Arsenal and Man City.
Sometimes I find it hard to believe you're such a seasoned Palace fan .
Me n Palace go back many years, very deeply, home and away.
Speaking like a real wrinkly, I can remember travelling up to Hartlepool for a cup match many years ago; I think big Mal was in charge, though can't be sure.
We were flying towards the top of the league while Hartlepool were right at the bottom. Needless to say, it was a miserable, grey mucky day and we lost 1-0!
looked shit for 89 minutes, can not believe we won that, would hate to be
bottom on Christmas day, one of the maddest seasons ever as a palace fan
was so happy I even thought the ultras looked great
We've beaten that on numerous occasions in the third division pre Duchateley.
no one cares
No, I know, I wouldn't doubt it. I'm just amazed that starry-eyed optimism hasn't been drained out of you by now .
This season your first team played in front of 1,000 people. You'd think you'd have shut up about attendances long, long ago.
Your team is your team and there is nothing you can do to change that. Through thick and thin there is always hope....we have seen good times, bright times, bad times and it's always changed round
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This is proper AMF, none of this balaclava nonsense. The game in question is a check a trade game that all clubs are boycotting due to the under 21 teams being in it. Only fans going are those on game attending streaks and those trying to avoid people.
Speaking of such things, I went and saw them play away at Highbury in the FA Youth cup many years ago.
Players like Billy Gilbert, (Iain Walsh,) Peter Nicholas and Dave Fry were playing...Reckons that quite dedicated and
absoutely nothing to do with the fact that I knew one or two of them
FA Youth Cup Finals of the 1970s - Wikipedia
Whilst I can't claim to be a Palace supporter, I lived a couple of miles away and used to go to the odd home game with my Dad and brother around that time. They had a great side back then. In addition to those you mention there was Vince Hilaire, Ian Evans, Kenny Sansom, Peter Taylor, Alan Whittle etc. Good times, even in the lower divisions.
Great times indeed.
Fa cup. Sunderland away. Big mal v. Bob stokoe. The Roker roar. Arrived at half time.
whittle, brilliant charge down right wing. Crosses to spud. One nil, job done.
soft spot for sunderland fans ever since.
Vince is my all time favourite :
Palace away goals are like buses . . .
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