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Inside the Palace v Liverpool Matchday Programme

30 March 2018

After a nearly a four-week wait for first-team action at Selhurst Park, Palace finally take to their home ground to face Liverpool, on what could be a special afternoon for Wayne Hennessey.

The Eagles shot-stopper could line up for the 100th time for Palace, and he is featured on the front cover of the matchday programme in which he speaks about his four-year spell with the club.

The Welshman discusses the challenges he's faced from a number of other goalkeepers in SE25, his fight to keep his shirt and how he's coped with the highs and lows of being the last line of defence, as well as a nod to the changes he's experienced at club and international level this term.

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Elsewhere, there is also an interview with Palace Ladies hotshot Gemma Bryan, who is celebrating a century of her own after rattling in her 100th goal for the club last weekend. She talks about how the Eagles helped her discover her passion for the game, and their rapid development which sees them chasing a league and cup double this term.

In "1997/98" Revisited" Matt Jansen's emergence is remembered, Ruben Loftus-Cheek discusses the best goals from his career in "On The Scoresheet" and another man with historic connections to the number 100 is featured in "The A-Z of Palace" as Ted Smith is profiled - the first man to hit three figures' worth of goals for the club.

There is everything you need to know about Jurgen Klopp's side past and present in an in-depth visitors section, while, the postcard collection continues with programme covers from 1979 - the day Palace topped the top-flight for the only time to date - and 1998.

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.

Copies can be bought from the sellers around the ground, or if you can't make it to Selhurst Park then find out how you can still get your copy from the comfort of your own home.


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