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2014/15 In Review: March

14 June 2015

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 pulling away from the relegation zone in February, the Eagles continued to pick up points.

Coming into the month of on the back of the victory against West Ham United, a Murray-less Palace lost 1-0 to high flying Southampton at St Mary's thanks to a late Saido Mane goal but there was better luck for the development side who thrashed Cardiff City 4-0 to move into the play-off places.


But Palace bounced back from the Saints defeat by beating Queens Park Rangers 3-1, with Joel Ward scoring his first goal for the club at the 98th time of trying and Wilfried Zaha painfully finding the net.

Glenn Murray starts for #CPFC today against @QPRFCpic.twitter.com/pa1dRWZhrU

— Crystal Palace FC (@CPFC) March 14, 2015

GALLERY: See some of the best images of our 3-1 victory over @QPRFC at http://t.co/utMcYSDkhb#CPFCpic.twitter.com/xLjTbQap1q

— Crystal Palace FC (@CPFC) March 15, 2015
After impressing at the Africa Cup of Nations Kwesi Appiah was handed a contract extension ahead of the game against Stoke City, which was designated as the club's annual Palace On Tour day, and there was plenty to celebrate as the Eagles won 2-1 at the Britannia Stadium.


Following that game a host of players went away with their countries for international duty for the remainder of the month, with Mile Jedinak impressing for Australia by scoring a wonderful free-kick against world champions Germany.

Back in Beckenham though and Julian Speroni gave us a unique insight into life as a goalkeeper on the training pitch.


Player of the Month: Yannick Bolasie

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