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 By Jim Daly
7 hours ago

Marouane Chamakh: Crystal Palace's unheralded hero

Neil Warnock believes that Crystal Palace are among 12 teams looking to survive in the Premier League this season whilst praising Swansea ahead of their clash on Saturday.

Sometimes the best things in life aren't the most obvious. It's the everyday things you don't notice that are the best: sunsets, hugs, laughter, naps, fresh bedsheets and, of course, unicorns. And for Palace (I am going somewhere with this, I promise), yes you can have your lovely Yannick Bolasie and your expensive James McArthur and your, well, Mile Jedinak has a great beard, but the most underrated and thus most delightful player for Palace is Marouane Chamakh.

Underrated not by Palace fans,...

 By Jim Daly
4 days ago

Crystal Palace crush Liverpool and dispel a few myths along the way

Crystal Palace head coach Neil Warnock believes his team could have scored more goals in a 3-1 win over Liverpool and also asserted that his squad can challenge any team in the Premier League.

Time to put a few ridiculous myths to bed.

First, Crystal Palace better without Mile Jedinak. Nope. No they're not. Not even a little bit. Sunday's incredible win over Liverpool was a 90 minute advert as to why the big Aussie is massively important to the Eagles.

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Countless times Liverpool's nippy midfielders tried to skip through but each time there was a big, hairy, Antipodean leg stuck out to nick the ball away. When Liverpool started lumping it forward to Rickie Lambert as time ticked away towards...

John Brewin profile picture  By John Brewin
4 days ago

Liverpool's current crisis could be costly for Brendan Rodgers

Liverpool manager Brendan Rodgers rues the lack of confidence in his side following their 3-1 drubbing by Crystal Palace.

LONDON -- Crystal Palace in May signalled the death of a dream. This time, Liverpool's reality check was perhaps more brutal. Back then, the Reds and Brendan Rodgers could celebrate exceeding expectations, but this result demonstrated this will be a season on a rather different edge.

Three straight Premier League losses in a row, four in total -- results that can only point to a mounting crisis, and the performances during those matches spell out a yet bleaker picture.

"If anything I'm disappointed...

John Brewin profile picture  By John Brewin
5 days ago

Three Points: Crystal Palace vs. Liverpool

ESPN FC's Mark Donaldson weighs in on Liverpool's latest defeat and the real problem they're facing.

LONDON -- Three quick points from a rainy Selhurst Park as late goals from Joe Ledley and Mile Jedinak gave Crystal Palace a 3-1 win over Liverpool on Sunday:

Liverpool crash again

Perhaps the driving rain could hide the tears this time, but it was another disheartening day for Brendan Rodgers' Liverpool. It is becoming a familiar feeling, so maybe there is now no need for emotional outbursts of disbelief. Instead, there is a growing swell of acknowledgement that the club's chance was missed...

 By Jim Daly
7 days ago

History shows Palace no pushovers against Liverpool at Selhurst

Crystal Palace manager Neil Warnock looked ahead to the club's home game in the English Premier League against Liverpool on Sunday.

Back in 1994, Palace prepared for their first game of the Premier League season, having been promoted from the old Division One the previous season. They had pretty much walked the league and had just come back to England after a super successful preseason in Scandinavia where they blitzed it and beat every team that was put in front of them.

Confident and bullish, they got ready for the arrival of Liverpool at Selhurst Park on a sunny August afternoon. It was the perfect return to the top flight,...

 By Jim Daly
Nov 19, 2014

Why watching Clyne's England debut was so satisfying for Palace fans

Crystal Palace product Nathaniel Clyne made his full England debut against Slovenia during the week.

Following a team like Crystal Palace has always been something of a cult practice. Even the late, great DJ John Peel agreed. "Supporting Palace has a certain cult value -- like pretending that some Peruvian rock band is the best in the world," he once said.

And this week, Palace fans got another chance to feel like footballing hipsters when Nathaniel Clyne made his full England debut -- and shone big time. He's perhaps fortunate in that there hasn't been a solid England right-back for decades and...