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Crystal Palace v Liverpool: The Programme

5 May 2014

Title-challengers Liverpool are the visitors to Selhurst Park for Crystal Palace’s final home game of the 2013/14 Premier League campaign – and we have a bumper 88-page edition of the Palace Programme for you to round-off an unforgettable season of top flight football. 

We take an in-depth look back at the campaign in our four-page Season Review, as we relive the highs and the lows of what has been a rollercoaster season for the Eagles.

Cover star Scott Dann looks back with pride at the role he has played in Palace’s survival, having joined the club from Blackburn Rovers in January. But the Liverpudlian admits there will be mixed emotions for himself and his family in the crowd tonight, as the Eagles look to put a huge dent in the title aspirations of his boyhood team. 

Dann may be at the start of his SE25 career, but Marouane Chamakh’s Selhurst Park contract comes to an end this summer. In a revealing interview, the Moroccan striker reveals how he would love to prolong his stay at Crystal Palace and describes his love for the Eagles’ fans. 

Elsewhere in today’s jam-packed Palace Programme, Jonny Parr recalls his Footballing Firsts and Kagisho Dikgacoi picks his Dream XI, while regular columnists Mark Bright, Alex Warner and Kevin Day provide their take on a remarkable season. 

Sunday Telegraph sports correspondent Jason Burt is this week's guest writer in From the Press Box, as he weighs up whether Tony Pulis or tonight's visiting boss, Brendan Rodgers, should be the recipient of this season's Manager of the Year award. 

It’s not just Pulis and the Palace first team that have been celebrating success this season though. We catch up on the progress of the Crystal Palace Ladies as well as our development and academy sides. 

There’s also our usual 11-page look at tonight’s visitors as we cover all the bases ahead of tonight’s big match under the floodlights at Selhurst Park.

For all this, plus a whole lot more, pick up your copy of the award-winning Palace Programme from around the ground this evening for just £3.50! 

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