With the season done and dusted, cpfc.co.uk takes a look back at the biggest stories, photos, video and tweets from 2014/15. October hadn't gone well for the Eagles, but November saw some shoots of recovery.
The start of the month saw Sunderland arrive in SE25 for a bottom of the table clash but on a dismal night for the Eagles they lost 3-1 and saw their captain Mile Jedinak sent off, and six days later they travelled to Old Trafford and were beaten by a solitary Juan Mata goal.
We will remember them. pic.twitter.com/BYQxtvIJNh
— Crystal Palace FC (@CPFC) November 8, 2014
Those defeats left Palace in 17th in the table as the players left for international duty once again, but Yannick Bolasie came back rejuvenated after scoring twice to help DR Congo reach the Africa Cup of Nations.
That confidence would be key as the Eagles hosted Liverpool when the Premier League resumed, and Neil Warnock's side ran out 3-1 winners thanks to superb displays from Bolasie and Jedinak, with Dwight Gayle and Joe Ledley adding to the captain's Goal of the Season free-kick.
For the second time this season the under-18 side racked up seven goals in a demolition of Barnsley, and in south Wales Jedinak notched his fifth goal in his last eight games from the penalty spot to secure a point against Swansea City as Palace began to pull away from the drop zone.
Eagles skipper Mile Jedinak leads the tributes to Phillip Hughes who tragically died this week #putoutyourbatspic.twitter.com/BRgmn0g65Y
— Crystal Palace FC (@CPFC) November 29, 2014
Meanwhile two Palace legends chatted for our cameras as Mark Bright met up with Clinton Morrison to get his red and blue views.
CPFC Player of the Month: Yannick Bolasie
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