- Tue Sep 26 11:55 AM
CRYSTAL PALACE are weighing up an emergency move for former England striker Carlton Cole
London Evening Standard
- Mon Sep 25 1:36 PM
It was clear this summer that Crystal Palace needed back-up for Christian Benteke
- and they could now pay a heavy price for failing to sign another striker.
- Mon Sep 25 12:07 PM
Liverpool legend Phil Thompson believes the club let their best defender go this summer as Mamadou Sakho left for Crystal Palace for £26m. According to the Liverpool Echo, the centre-half was a hit with the Eagles’ fans after spending some time on loan with the London club last season which was a...
- Mon Sep 25 9:00 AM
CHELSEA midfielder Ruben Loftus-Cheek is trying to earn a move during his loan spell at Crystal Palace.
London Evening Standard
- Sun Sep 24 4:44 PM
Liverpool manager Jurgen Klopp sanctioned the sale of his "best defender" in allowing Mamadou Sakho to join Crystal Palace, according to Reds great Phil Thompson.
- Sat Sep 23 5:37 PM
21-year-old Chelsea and England star Ruben Loftus-Cheek has spoken out about his loan move to fellow Premier League side Crystal Palace and his future with the Blues, saying that he felt “it was the right time to go away” from the club, according to the Daily Star. Loftus-Cheek, who has come thro...
- Sat Sep 23 10:11 AM
JURGEN KLOPP was wrong to sell Mamadou Sakho to Crystal Palace.
- Sat Sep 23 8:00 AM
JURGEN KLOPP made a huge mistake by letting Mamadou Sakho join Crystal Palace on transfer deadline day.
- Fri Sep 22 10:02 PM
The centre-back completed a permanent switch to Selhurst Park in the summer and is set to finally be put into the XI
- Fri Sep 22 6:44 PM
RUBEN LOFTUS-CHEEK says he’s loving life at Crystal Palace – but he’s got no idea about his future at Chelsea.
- Fri Sep 22 4:19 PM
Not the smartest idea
- Fri Sep 22 2:26 PM
Roy Hodgson hopes Mamadou Sakho can become a talismanic figure in Crystal Palace's bid to climb the Premier League table.
|It's good to have him back, and we're hoping he'll start where he left off,
He [Zaha] has the exceptional ability to run with the ball and beat people,
Hodgson told Sky Sports.
I think it's important I'm there for all field sessions so I know what's working for the boys, I know what's not,
Hodgson said. Not only that, but it's good to be out there and feel part of the team. I probably spend more time out there than I would normally actually.
No because that would be being wise after the event,
Hodgson said after the game. If I had started him and he'd broken down in the 15th or 20th minute because he's only done one-and-a-half training sessions and wasn't able to play for the rest of the season, then you'd have a very differe...