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Christian Benteke Twitter Instagram  Facebook
Jack Butland Twitter Instagram  
Gary Cahill Twitter Instagram Facebook
Nathaniel Clyne Twitter Instagram  
 Scott Dann Twitter Instagram  
Eberechi Eze Twitter Instagram  
Nathan Ferguson Twitter Instagram  
Vicente Guaita Twitter Instagram  
Stephen Henderson      
 Wayne Hennessey      
Jaroslaw Jach Twitter    
 Martin Kelly Twitter Instagram  
Cheikhou Kouyate Twitter Instagram  
Jean-Philippe Mateta   Instagram Twitter
 James McArthur Twitter    
James McCarthy   Instagram  
Luka Milivojevic      Facebook
Mamadou Sakho Twitter Instagram  Facebook
Jeffrey Schlupp  Twitter Instagram  
James Tomkins    Instagram  
Andros Townsend  Twitter Instagram  
Patrick van Aanholt  Twitter Instagram  
Joel Ward  Twitter Instagram  
Connor Wickham  Twitter Instagram Facebook
Wilfried Zaha  Twitter Instagram Facebook

Club News

Match Reports

Report: Confident U18s go top with victory over Villa

17 April 2021

Two goals from David Omilabu fired Palace Under-18s to a comfortable win over Aston Villa, and saw them go three points clear at the top of the U18s Premier League South.

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Hodgson to host Q&A session before London Football Awards

16 April 2021

Roy Hodgson will hold an intimate virtual Q&A session next week as he prepares to accept the Outstanding Contribution Award at the London Football Awards.

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Check out all the best shots from Palace training

16 April 2021

Despite having no fixture this weekend, Palace were out on the pitches at Copers Cope Road as preparations continue for the final Premier League games of the season.

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Tony Gale: career regrets, Lewington and why youngsters should join Palace

15 April 2021

After a long career on the field, Tony Gale showed similar longevity off it, moving into a media role and covering – by his own count – more than 2,000 matches. But it could easily have gone in...

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