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Limited Edition John Motson Programme Cover on Sale Sunday

11 May 2018

Palace's season finale against West Bromwich Albion will be a special day as John Motson steps into the commentary box for the final time, something that is being commemorated by the Palace Programme in the form of a limited edition cover.

There will be two different versions of this weekend's matchday programme, with only 1,000 featuring a special front cover celebrating the five-decade-long career of Motson, one of the game's most recognisable voices.

These limited edition programmes can only be purchased at the following places:

  • Club Shop
  • Match Shop
  • Fanzone Kiosk
  • Sainsbury's Kiosk
  • Programme Room Holmesdale Road Kiosk
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The other version sees Luka Milivojevic on the front cover, however, the contents of both will contain the same jam-packed pages as the publication rounds off the season in style.

It contains an interview with Motson himself, who reflects on his legendary career and his Palace-related memories, and also an in-depth piece with Milivojevic who talks us through the entire campaign and all its ups and downs.

Elsewhere, there is a look at the club's new kits for the 2018/19 campaign and all the reaction to the club's Boxpark Takeover event, which saw a host of players handed prizes for their achievements this season.

"1997/98" Revisited" comes to its conclusion with Mark Goldberg's purchase of the club, former defender Eric Young is remembered in the "A-Z of Palace", and Roy Hodgson, Jason Puncheon and Steve Parish have their say on the season in their final notes of the campaign.

There is everything you need to know about West Bromwich Albion past and present in an all-encompassing visitors section, while, the postcard collection concludes with memorable games from 1989 and 2017 depicted.

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 around the ground for £3.50, 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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