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2014/15 In Review: October

6 June 2015

With the season done and dusted, takes a look back at the biggest stories, photos, video and tweets from 2014/15. After September saw Neil Warnock start well, things began to turn for the worse.

Like Neil Warnock and Wilfried Zaha before him, Andy Johnson was experiencing life at Palace for a second time and he scored what would prove to be his final goal in an Eagles shirt at the start of October for the development side in their win at Coventry City.

After a 2-0 defeat to Hull City, the international break saw a host of players depart on loan such as Paddy McCarthy who joined Sheffield United, as well as the under-18 squad chalking up an impressive 7-0 victory against Barnsley. The first-team were also getting recognised too for their recent good run of form:

More on Neil Warnock and Mile Jedinak's nominations for the @premierleague's September awards:

— Crystal Palace FC (@CPFC) October 16, 2014

By the time the squad reassembled they had to take on the might of league leaders Chelsea at Selhurst, but they held their own against Jose Mourinho's table toppers but fell to a 2-1 defeat despite Fraizer Campbell continuing his good run in front of goal.

The Eagles then let a two goal lead slip away at West Bromwich Albion which frustrated Warnock, however there was better luck for the club's younger sides with the academy mixing it with Juventus and Real Madrid and the under-21 side continuing their good start to the season by beating Brentford 3-1 at Selhurst Park.

CPFC Player of the Month: Fraizer Campbell

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