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Palace Player: This Summer's Must Have

5 July 2012

Crystal Palace's official video service 'Palace Player' has recently covered all the top stories as well as providing exclusive interviews and behind the scenes content.


In the last few weeks Palace Player has interviewed players Darren Ambrose and Dean Moxey, as well as manager Dougie Freedman, with more to come soon. Ambrose and Moxey revealed their opinions on Wilfried Zaha's potential inclusion in the Olympic GB football team, what exactly they did over the holidays and exclusive thoughts on the recent England versus Italy European Championship Quarter-Final as well as what they are doing to keep themselves in the best condition before the start of the new season.


We have also gone behind the scenes and interviewed groundsman Mark Perrin on how he keeps the pitches both at Selhurst Park and at the training ground in pristine condition for when the players return to training and the first match of the season against Watford.


We also visited the Eagle Heights Wildlife Park where our very own Kayla the Eagle was bred and nurtured, and we discover what animals they look after and how they work to educate people in the community.


We brought you an exclusive interview with new loan signing from Southampton Aaron Martin, who has spoken to Palace Player about the reasons behind swapping the South Coast for South London and also the secrets behind his parent club's incredible success last season.


As well as providing exclusive content with players and the backroom staff, Palace fans also have the chance to re-live classic moments from last season and beyond, such as behind the scenes footage of that incredible win at Old Trafford in the Carling Cup, and the full 90 minutes of Palace's first visit to arch-rivals Brighton's American Express Community Stadium which will not be forgotten by any Eagles fan.


Palace Player is the only place to be to keep up with the build-up to the new season!


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