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Inside Today's Programme: Sunderland

4 February 2017


Today's match programme is now available around the stadium with all you need to know about your club ahead of the match against Sunderland. 

This week's cover features winger, Wilfried Zaha, as he is the main interview in our latest edition and we also talk to new signing, Patrick van Aanholt, discussing his move to Selhurst Park.    

Wilf discusses his decision to represent the Ivory Coast in this exclusive matchday programme. "“It’s been four years since I was picked for England and I feel that I’ve played well in that time,” he said. “I know I can do a lot more goals-wise and I should be getting a lot more assists too, but over the seasons I was doing that here and there and playing well enough to be in and around the England squad, but I wasn’t getting a sniff.
“The Ivory Coast, my country, have been chasing me for years and I want an international career."

Thanks for all your questions sent in via twitter to Pape Souare as he gives his replies in the latest edition of #ASKTHEEAGLES

There is the latest from the Study Centre, Foundation & Palace Ladies as we take a look at all that is happening at Selhurst Park and of course our popular features from the team of contributors.  

In addition to all this don't miss the views of Steve Parish, Sam Allardyce and Scott Dann in their latest columns. 

Flashback features a game in 2000 against Sunderland as we hear from former captain, Dean Austin.  

All this is available for just £3.50, and can be bought from sellers around the ground, the club shop, or the programme shop on Holmesdale Road, so make sure you grab your copy today!

Listen out for the lucky number on the back of the programme as you could leave the game with a prize.

If you can't make it to the game, then you can still read all by downloading the digital version to your iPad or Android device for just £1.49.

For iPhone or iPad: CLICK HERE
For all Android phones and tablets: CLICK HERE


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