Crystal Palace take on Cardiff City today in the Barclays Premier League, with plenty of connections between the two clubs explored in today’s Palace Programme.
Danny Gabbidon is the cover star in our latest edition, as he relives his time in south Wales and reflects on an impressive recent run for Palace’s back five, which has seen them concede just one goal in the last four matches.
Another former Bluebird, Cameron Jerome, tells the Palace Programme he is looking forward to facing the club where he initially made his name as a youngster and discusses the impact his former Stoke City mentor, Tony Pulis, has already had in SE25.
We also speak to Palace’s new sporting director, Iain Moody, in Meet The Selhurst Staff, as he talks about his new role having left Cardiff earlier this season.
And the connections don’t stop there, with club historian Ian King taking a look back at players who have represented both clubs down the years in his regular ‘A Foot in Both Camps’ feature.
Meanwhile, we look back at a classic encounter between the two sides from 1979, Kagisho Dikgacoi talks us through his Footballing Firsts and Adrian Mariappa picks his Dream XI.
Mark Bright, Kevin Day and Alex Warner return with their regular columns and there’s the usual 11-page section examining today’s visitors ahead of what is a crunch game at the foot of the Barclays Premier League table.
All this and more is available in your award-winning 80-page Palace Programme for just £3.50.
Look out for sellers around Selhurst Park today to pick up your copy.