Discussion in 'football' started by passenger, Jul 20, 2018.
Not entirely unexpected and sad all the same; I see manure after after Wan-Bissaka
If I was advising AWB I'd tell him to stay put for the while. Playing regular football. Developing well under the coaching (whatever faults he may have, Hodgson is an excellent coach, particularly when it comes to defensive structure). No pressure. everybody loves him. Lad has played less than one full season of professional first team football.
Also, from Palace's point of view, his price will only grow. We don't have to sell - he probably won't be able to force a deal if we are reluctant, because of his age.
Arsenal also interested. Could well be a bit of a bidding war at some point. He's the nearest thing to a sure thing as I've ever seen in an emerging youth player.
Look what happened to Zaha when he went to the moaners. He may well have sound advice to offer.
on a sad but positive note I see Fulham have now dropped leaving just one place remaining. The odds get better all the time.
talking of the moaners, what a result for them tonight
three points tonight would see us safe I reckon
Charges against Wayne Hennessey for allegedly making a Nazi salute, have been dropped after he said he didn't know what a Nazi salute was.
Wayne Hennessey did not know what Nazi salute was - FA panel
"Second World what now?"
I think Hodgson is a decent, honorable and honest chap. I can't believe Hennessy could pull the wool over his eyes....Roy Hodgson says Wayne Hennessey is 'desperate' to learn more about the Nazis
For Christ's sake Wayne. Give it up mate.
"Desperate to learn more about the Nazis".
The thought of Roy going through pictures of famous Nazis with Wayne is helping with this hangover, I've got to say.
Zaha's sat there shaking his head. "For fuck's sake Wayne".
Wayne Hennessey is 32.
No Hennessy today then
A great result to secure our place for next season. Onwards and upwards.
Can't wait to watch the highlights. Go go palace goals!
The last time we beat the Arsenal in the EPL was 1994
Arsenal v Crystal Palace, 01 October 1994
Score 2-1 to Crystal Palace
Referee Martin Bodenham
Competition Premier League
Look at the teams full of English players things have changed
Arsenal v Crystal Palace, 01 October 1994
We beat them 2 years ago. 3-0.
Update on this tragedy:
Raheem Sterling to pay for Damary Dawkins' funeral
"Damary was a special young man who touched a lot of lives, including my own," Sterling said.
This appears to be the piece which has been the subject of subsequent media speculation and comment over the weekend:
Manchester United tried to break me: Wilfried Zaha unbowed despite pain of being 'belittled' at Old Trafford
I notice that he has previously addressed the more lurid claims concerning his time at Manchester United:
'I've never dated Moyes' daughter... I've never even met her': Zaha hits back at rumours about his slow start at United (6 December 2013)
Wilfried Zaha: People said I slept with David Moyes' daughter. I've not even met her! (30 October 2015)
I meant to say away
Analysis of the Zaha situation here:
Wilfried Zaha and Crystal Palace are a perfect match - he should think twice before leaving
Did a blink and miss a shot
Classic end of season match sadly and not a fan of everyone to say the least.
In the weird position of wanting Cardiff to win today, to have a chance of sending Brighton down. But if PVA scores then it looks like it's all over.
Brighton down or warnock
Have you manufactured a rivalry with a manager who got you in to the playoffs when it looked like you would be in a relegation fight?
Fuck me, that's even small time by your standards.
Had Brighton gone down it would have been less fun mocking them.
Great season, some great results along the way and we did it as 4th in
the fair play league.
Premier League - Fairplay table 18/19
Well, it's good bye to one of the Palace greats, Julian Speroni. Not only up there with the likes of John Jackson and John Burridge but the all times Palace greats
Wright, Zaha, Taylor Etc. Thanks Julian.
Julian Speroni - Goalkeeper - First-Team - Crystal Palace FC
Julian Speroni reflects on his record-breaking clean sheet against Spurs
Tears to the eyes, bless. A real example to many of the money grabbing Bastards in football.
Hodgson reveals wonderful gesture from departing Palace legend Speroni
Exactly 40 years since our biggest ever crowd (including me).
40 years on: The story of Selhurst's record attendance
I was underneath the gantry in the new stand for that
And I remember.......nowt
Not even on the bench...
Will he come on at half time?
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