INTERVIEW: @E_Adebayor on #CPFC, his career, being happy and his time away - https://t.co/C5jbADgiiOpic.twitter.com/Yz9lKhakv8
— Crystal Palace F.C. (@CPFC) February 4, 2016
Having lost five league games in a row, a goal from Scott Dann helped stop the rot as the Eagles picked up a 1-1 draw against Swansea City
but would then fall to a 2-1 home defeat to Watford with Adebayor scoring his only goal of the campaign for Palace. However fans voted Dwight Gayle's late strike in the 3-3 draw against Liverpool in 2013 as the greatest moment during Palace's century
of Premier League encounters.
"Murray.. Chance here.. GAYLE 3-3!! @dwightgayle may just have blown @LFC right out of the title picture!" #STANDUPhttps://t.co/5nhIGIdsIo
— Crystal Palace F.C. (@CPFC) February 9, 2016
Despite the poor run in the league, things were going brilliantly in the FA Cup as Martin Kelly's strike beat Tottenham Hotspur
in the FA Cup fifth round, with the right-back revealing
: "In the past few weeks we've had a little bit of shooting practice after training. I've been right up there involved when I've finished practising my defensive work and it paid off today!"
.@MartinKelly1990 celebrates putting #CPFC 1-0 up at White Hart Lane. #TOTCRYpic.twitter.com/auF9K6ojVl
— Crystal Palace F.C. (@CPFC) February 21, 2016
Gr8 2b bk & b apart of this massive result! Thanks for the support today & whilst I was injured! 🔴🔵🔴 #Cpfc#B2Apic.twitter.com/gQmRHGfjeV
— Yannick Bolasie (@YannickBolasie) February 21, 2016
Whilst the under-18s travelled to India
to play in the prestigious IFA Shield, the first-team were travelling to West Bromwich Albion but a poor first half saw them fall 3-0 behind before Connor Wickham nearly got his side back in the game but couldn't prevent a 3-2 defeat
, and Pardew was in bullish mood after waiting two months for a league win, stating
: "It's easy to say 'we've missed players' and start leaning on [the fact] Yannick's back, thinking everything will be okay. It doesn't work like that, football, I've been in it long enough."
<<< January March >>>