- Fri Oct 6 8:58 PM
Teen signed in the last winter window hasn't played one Premier League minute this season — but Blues don't want to sell
- Thu Oct 5 1:53 PM
CRYSTAL PALACE have received a huge boost after Wilfried Zaha made a triumphant return to training. The 24-year-old is yet to feature since opening day after picking up a knee injury. In that time, Palace have sacked Frank de Boer and hired Roy Hodgson as his replacement. But the Eagles are still...
- Thu Oct 5 1:36 PM
CRYSTAL PALACE are ready to take a gamble on non-league star Lex Allan. The Sittingbourne defender is attracting interest from Fulham and is currently training with Millwall. At the age of 18, the giant 6ft 7in towering centre-back is set for a bright future in the game. Manchester United defende...
- Tue Oct 3 4:26 PM
ALBERTO GILARDINO has opted to sign for Serie B side Spezia rather than Crystal Palace. The Italian striker was thought to be a short-term fix to solve Palace’s dwindling forward options. Struggling Crystal Palace were keen to secure the Italian forward to solve their crisis up top after failing...
- Tue Oct 3 11:11 AM
The 35-year-old free agent was offered to struggling Premier League side Palace on a short term deal last week but has agreed a longer, two-year deal to sign for the Serie B side.
- Tue Oct 3 10:57 AM
HARRY KANE is destined for a summer transfer to Manchester United or Real Madrid, according to former Crystal Palace chairman Simon Jordan.
- Mon Oct 2 11:04 AM
BIRMINGHAM CITY are weighing up a £2million bid for Crystal Palace ace Jonny Williams in January, according to reports. The 23-year-old – currently on loan with Championship side Sunderland – could be in line for a permanent move away from Selhurst Park. According to the Birmingham Mail, the Eagl...
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- Mon Oct 2 9:40 AM
Alberto Gilardino of Unattached, rumoured to be transfering to Crystal Palace report The Sun . - Football Rumour from 02-Oct-2017
- Mon Oct 2 8:01 AM
35-year-old striker Alberto Gilardino, who is currently a free agent, won the World Cup with Italy back in 2006 and the Champions League with AC Milan in 2007.
|We played four games and normally I like to play six, seven games,
said De Boer.
I am just focusing on what I can control and so are my staff and my players,
said De Boer. [The future] is for other people to decide but while I'm the manager of Crystal Palace I will give 100%.
As a manager you always have more pressure,
said De Boer. As a player I was nervous before games, you need tension to perform, and when the referee whistled, it was over, I was focused on the game.
You still have to be very p off if you don't get the result you want,
said de Boer. But if everything is correct and how you wanted to play and you don't get the result because the opponent is better, then you can live with it.