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Inside Today's Palace Programme

3 January 2017

Tonight sees Sam Allardyce take charge of his first home game at Selhurst Park for a crunch meeting with fellow strugglers Swansea City, and there is a jam-packed matchday programme to enhance your enjoyment of the evening.

Big Sam pens his first programme notes and discusses the first few days in his new role, and he is welcomed to the club by Scott Dann and Steve Parish who look back at a busy few weeks for the club.

There are the usual mix of interviews, including an in-depth discussion with Mathieu Flamini who looks back at his illustrious career including stints at Marseille, Arsenal and AC Milan, and talks about sharing a changing room with some of the biggest names in the game during the 21st century, including Ronaldinho, Zlatan Ibrahimovic and David Beckham.

His compatriot Yohan Cabaye also looks back at the Christmas period, and we hear from Aaron Wan-Bissaka who reveals his amazement at being named on the first-team bench in recent weeks.

While he waits to make his first Palace appearance, we also catch-up with the Eagles' all-time appearance maker Jim Cannon, who looks back at a famous 2-0 win over Swansea from back in 1984 which saw Palace achieve safety, and the Scot also looks back at that turbulent period for the club.

As well as all the usual news, stats and features, there is also the Junior Eagles postermag which features another giant A2 poster to adorn your wall, and lots of games and quizzes to keep our younger fans entertained.

Also, don't forget as well that each time you buy the programme, you are automatically entered into a draw to win signed club merchandise - just check the Lucky Number on the back of your copy and listen out for the winning number at half-time!

The Palace Programme costs just £3.50 and can be bought from sellers around the ground, the club shop or the programme room on Holmesdale Road.

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

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