All posts tagged with: CPFC

Premier League Season Preview 2018-19

Manchester City dominated the Premier League last season; their route to a third title in seven years being a mere procession. Elsewhere, Liverpool thrilled the neutrals, Arsene Wenger bowed out at Arsenal, Huddersfield and Brighton survived their first campaigns at this level in the modern era while Burnley attained European football. What’s in store for… Read more →

Palace tightening their belts

Crystal Palace’s days of relatively heavy spending appear to have curtailed, with chairman Steve Parish and his American investors showing no signs of financing a mass influx of new signings during this transfer window. The South London club, now entering its sixth consecutive Premier League season, have spent large sums of money in recent times… Read more →

Crystal Palace Season Preview: new style

Until this summer’s appointment of Frank De Boer, Crystal Palace have tended to favour experienced, British managers with a reactive setup. Has that approach helped the club retain it’s Premier League status, or has it limited the skillset of the players? Supporter Jay Crame from highly recommended blog The Eagles Beak has his say. It… Read more →

Why Zaha would be suited to Spurs

Wilfried Zaha has always been a player with plenty of pace and potential, but questions have lingered over his end product. This season, he has answered those questions more emphatically than ever before. Zaha has scored six goals and made nine assists for Crystal Palace this season. Whenever the Eagles win – they have done so five times in… Read more →

Sakho’s time to shine

Mamadou Sakho joined Crystal Palace on loan in January with a cloud hanging over him. He had failed a drugs test back in April and was discarded by Liverpool manager Jurgen Klopp on grounds of his attitude and time-keeping. Whether down to Sakho’s desire to prove himself, Sam Allardyce’s good man management or a combination… Read more →