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 August saw Tony Pulis' departure, Neil Warnock began to shape his squad and get results.
September started with the closure of the summer transfer window, and Neil Warnock was very active as he quickly moved to make his mark on his new squad.
However there was to be a surprise in their 25-man squad list when the name of Eagles legend Andy Johnson was added as he was snapped up on a free transfer after the window had slammed shut.
The club have completed the signing of former striker Andrew Johnson on a free transfer: http://t.co/vkySndAPXhpic.twitter.com/RE9lhknYvO
— Crystal Palace FC (@CPFC) September 3, 2014
Back in the Selhurst dugout, Warnock saw his first home game of his second spell finish goalless against Burnley, however Palace were indebted to Julian Speroni who saved a late Scott Arfield penalty to earn a point.
Following the international break, the new-look Palace squad reassembled at Beckenham for their annual photocall before taking on Everton at Goodison Park.
The Palace squad have taken their annual squad photo - click here to see a larger version: http://t.co/EserUD202tpic.twitter.com/LXXB444v0t
— Crystal Palace FC (@CPFC) September 18, 2014
It was a game that Yannick Bolasie won't forget as he finally scored his first Premier League goal and Palace won their first league game of the season by a 3-2 scoreline, but the following week interest in the Capital One Cup ended against Alan Pardew's Newcastle United, despite Sullay Kaikai scoring on his first-team debut.
However another victory was claimed against Leicester City on a day that saw Palace legend Steve Coppell open a refurbished lounge in his honour at Selhurst Park.
CPFC Player of the Month: Yannick Bolasie
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