In our latest episode of the ‘Brighty Meets’ series the Eagles legend visted Selhurst Park to meet club chairman Steve Parish to speak about his time on the terraces as a supporter, and also in the boardroom in his role as an owner.
The two videos give a great insight into his time watching the team from the stands as a fan. Steve reveals he attended a reserve game while waiting to hear if results elsewhere meant that Palace would get promotion in 1976/77 and then a few years later the excitement of watching the side become champions in 1979 under Terry Venables.
He discusses with Mark the late eighties into the early nineties when promotion was achieved and the appearance for the club in an FA Cup Final, as well as his hero from the time Ian Wright.
The second part gives an insight into the thoughts direct from the boardroom following last season’s survival in the top flight, Tony Pulis' departure and his comments on why the change had to be made last weekend that saw Neil Warnock leave the club.
These two videos give us all a great insight into Steve’s thoughts as he chats with Brighty across many subjects – so watch the latest in the series today.