With the season done and dusted, cpfc.co.uk takes a look back at the biggest stories, photos, video and tweets from 2014/15. After seemingly turning a corner in November, by the end of December the club were searching for their third manager in five months.
Having enjoyed a superb few months for the Eagles, Mile Jedinak's month began well with the news that he'd won the Asian Football Confederation's International Player of the Year award, but a day later Palace fell to a 1-0 home defeat to Aston Villa.
A goalless draw at Tottenham followed which Neil Warnock believed was his side's best performance of the season so far and Yannick Bolasie unveiled a new piece of skill from his playbook.
The #CPFC players and @SpursOfficial players before kick-off for #FootballRemembers@premierleaguepic.twitter.com/IhMDx3KIo7
— Crystal Palace FC (@CPFC) December 6, 2014
On the other side of the world the club launched its campaign to find a future Premier League star in India, which was eventually won by Dhruvmil Pandya.
Back in SE25 and Stoke City were next up but once again only a point could be claimed thanks to James McArthur's first goal for the club, but defeat to reigning champions Manchester City followed at the Etihad Stadium.
The squad was full of festive cheer as Christmas came and went, but things turned sour the following day as Southampton ran out comfortable 3-1 winners at Selhurst Park, Palace slipped into the bottom three and Neil Warnock left the club the next morning.
Crystal Palace Football Club can confirm that Neil Warnock has been relieved of his duties, more here: http://t.co/8ADow66M25
— Crystal Palace FC (@CPFC) December 27, 2014
Keith Millen was once again placed in caretaker charge and steered the club to a goalless draw against Queens Park Rangers amid speculation that Alan Pardew was to succeed Warnock as Eagles boss.
Player of the Month: James McArthur
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