Palace host Everton today in their first home 3pm Saturday kick-off in the Premier League since May 2005 – and what better way to mark the occasion than by picking up a copy of the Palace Programme.
Co-Chairman Steve Parish gives supporters a taste of what has been going on behind the scenes in his regular From the Boardroom column, as he reveals the very latest on Palace’s search for a new manager – and you won’t want to miss what he has to say.
Alex Warner pulls no punches either, as he takes a look back on the Palace career of former boss Ian Holloway in his regular View From The Upper column, while comedian Kevin Day tells us what he would like to see from the Eagles’ new boss – whoever that may be.
Dean Moxey is the cover star for this afternoon’s edition, as he discusses how he has grasped his Premier League opportunity, having risen to English football’s top tier from the Blue Square Premier in the space of just six years.
We also speak to Barry Bannan, who is looking forward to enjoying a similar resurgence under new management with his club as he has with his country. Gordon Strachan has helped transform the Scotland side and the midfielder is hopeful that a new boss can perform similar exploits in SE25.
Mark Bright has his say on the FA’s new panel of former elite referees, who have this week charged Fulham’s Sascah Reihter retrospectively, following his stamp on Manchester United winger Adnan Januzaj.
Meanwhile, Jerome Thomas talks us through his Footballing Firsts, which are dominated by a former Brazil legend, while Cameron Jerome reveals his Dream XI, based on players he has lined up with or against during his playing career.
All this and a whole lot more is available in the 80-page Palace Programme for just £3.50. Pick up your copy today!