Palace return to Selhurst action on Saturday in a second successive home London derby as West Ham United make the trip across the capital, and the matchday programme is jam-packed with fantastic content.
This week sees recent acquisition Timothy Fosu-Mensah pictured on the front cover, and he talks in-depth about his career so far, including what it has been like to play under five esteemed managers despite still being in his teens – Louis van Gaal, Frank de Boer, Dick Advocaat, Jose Mourinho and Roy Hodgson - as well as reminiscing about his early days at Ajax and Manchester United.
With this game being marked as Palace’s Remembrance match, we look back at those who lost their lives in World War I having previously been on the club’s books before the conflict, while there is also a tribute to comedian and Palace supporter Sean Hughes who also passed away recently.
Hodgson, Jason Puncheon and Steve Parish all reflect on recent events in their regular columns, and with the Hammers in town, it is poignant to remember the farcical game between the teams that was abandoned due to floodlight “failure” in “1997/98 Revisited”, as well as a sticker book-themed look at their current squad.
Elsewhere, Welshman Ian Evans is the next player to be profiled in “A-Z of Palace”, Pape Souare discusses his favourite goals from his career in “On The Scoresheet”, and the postcard collection continues with selections from 1977 and 1989.
As well as all of this, there is the usual mix of news, views and stats from all areas of the club, making the Palace Programme the perfect accompaniment to your matchday.
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