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  3. Celebrating Crystanbul and a season to remember

    Jim Daly

    I genuinely feel sorry for people who aren't into football, or sports in general, because they don't get to experience moments like this. Moments when you feel part of something special. Moments when everyone comes together for one cause and achieves...

    Blog | May 06, 2014
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  5. Ancelotti and Mourinho are born survivors

    Andy Brassell

    If football today deals more than ever in absolutes, then the Champions League's final stages are the most unforgiving background for definitive judgements. The big winner after the semifinals is Carlo Ancelotti, with Jose Mourinho in direct and unfl...

    Blog | May 06, 2014
  6. Tony Pulis' achievements at Crystal Palace outstretch Brendan Rod...

    Jim Daly

    I bloody love a cliche so let's kick off today's column with another; you don't know what you've got till it's gone. It's not just Joni Mitchell who thinks this (when she isn't hanging around in car parks -- weirdo) but I think football fans should h...

    Blog | April 16, 2014
  7. Superstition a factor as Palace win again

    Jim Daly

    A lot of football fans are superstitious. Some of them wear lucky scarves, lucky shirts and/or lucky pants to games. Some footballers are superstitious, too; some wear lucky shin pads or have pre-match rituals. I'm in no way superstitious. I've watc...

    Blog | April 13, 2014
  8. Hostility put to one side in Palace-Brighton charity game

    Jim Daly

    Like most football fans I always dreamed of playing for my club. In my case, it's that dream where you turn up to Selhurst Park in your full Eagles kit just in case they have a horrible outbreak of some disease that decimates the subs bench minutes b...

    Blog | April 10, 2014
  9. Family matters for Crystal Palace

    Jim Daly

    Being a football fan is a weird thing. You're born into a family of thousands (or millions depending on the club you support) with no idea about any of the other people in this "family" except that they like that bunch of 11 players on a pi...

    Blog | April 02, 2014
  10. Ugly football part of Palace's survival strategy

    Jim Daly

    "Feels so good being bad," sang Rihanna in one of her famous songs, but I disagree with old Ri-Ri; it's no fun being bad at all -- certainly now when it comes to watching Palace. You see, over the last few weeks the team have slowly starte...

    Blog | March 16, 2014
  11. Stable power needed in Palace's final furlongs

    Jim Daly

    There was a rare high-profile victory for Palace this week that caused a stir amongst Eagles fans and brought a much-needed smile to our faces. OK, it wasn't actually in the football, it was in the horse racing where Sire De Grugy won the Champion Ch...

    Blog | March 13, 2014
  12. Palace's survival forecast becoming cloudy again

    Jim Daly

    I just can't figure out this Palace team. One week they look super confident and like they can take on the world and the next they seem like a group players who have never even met before, let alone played football on the same team. It's like the foo...

    Blog | March 09, 2014
  13. Williams' future at Palace a worry

    Jim Daly

    Every football fan likes seeing local lads come through the academy and do well, and at Palace there is a rich tradition of just that. Victor Moses, Nathaniel Clyne, Wilfried Zaha; going further back Gareth Southgate and Dean Gordon, and going even f...

    Blog | February 27, 2014
  14. Pulis full of cliches ahead of stretch

    Jim Daly

    Football is full of cliches and I like a cliche as much as the next man... unless the next man is Clive Tyldesley. He bloomin' loves a cliche. And Palace boss Tony Pulis brought out some of my favourite footballing cliches during his pre-match press co...

    Blog | February 06, 2014
  15. Puncheon a hero again as he lifts Palace out of drop zone

    Jim Daly

    Football is like pantomime. There are heroes and there are villains and -- sometimes -- there are those who embody both at the same time. In the last week, Palace midfielder Jason Puncheon has gone from hero to villain, to super villain, to hero agai...

    Blog | January 19, 2014
  16. Puncheon miss reveals bigger problems

    Jim Daly

    Some players are good at things away from the football pitch. Michael Owen, for example, was a good golfer (although recently has started displaying another talent as a human cure for insomnia with his co-commentating efforts). The Brazilian great So...

    Blog | January 12, 2014
  17. Manuel Pellegrini slams Palace tactics

    Richard Jolly

    Manchester City 1-0 Crystal Palace

    Story | Conversation | December 28, 2013
  18. Crystal Palace keeps match at Manchester City close

    Jim Daly

    Every football fan reckons their club is the greatest in the world but it's nice when the world actually starts to agree with you. After Palace's slender 1-0 defeat at title challengers Manchester City on Saturday, pundits and journos were lining up ...

    Blog | December 28, 2013
  19. Tony Pulis open to Wilfried Zaha return at Crystal Palace

    Richard Jolly

    Transfer news

    Story | Conversation | December 20, 2013