Lewington gives dugout insight as he talks through sideline instructions31 July 2020
In the dying minutes of Crystal Palace’s final game of 2019/20, one voice can be heard reverberating off Selhurst Park’s iron surrounds above all. It’s Ray Lewington’s, and, after nine matches in an...
Meet lawyer, goalkeeper, coach and ambassador signing, Chloe Morgan23 July 2020
It's hard to know where to begin with Chloe Morgan. Is it best to start with her impressive legal career, or her rapid rise in football? Alternatively, do you talk coaching, ambassadorial work or...
'A fury of frustration': When Hunter and Charlton came to Selhurst13 July 2020
From Ferenc Puskas to Eden Hazard, Selhurst Park has hosted its fair share of footballing stars in its 96-year history. But Crystal Palace fans at the end of the 1960s were the first to see the game's...
Peter Taylor recalls Allison’s failed pursuits, leaky Leeds and Hodgson the ‘artist’7 July 2020
In the early 1970s, Manchester City manager Malcolm Allison was relentless in his pursuit of a little-known teenage winger from fourth-tier Southend United.
Bannan recalls ‘Tony Pulis’ surprising his squad at a Las Vegas pool party7 July 2020
Wet Republic, Las Vegas, is not often associated with south London footballing stories.
‘Welcome to hell’: Palace’s one-match European tour2 July 2020
‘Welcome to hell,’ is how Academy graduate Jimmy Hibburt describes his visit to Samsun, Turkey with Crystal Palace in 1998.
Academy graduate Arron Fray talks Inter Milan, Clyne and Dowie30 June 2020
“Growing up, I always found our Academy to be – outside of Tottenham Hotspur, Arsenal, Manchester United, Chelsea, West Ham and Southampton – one of the best ones in the country,” former Palace...
Paul Stewart explains ‘devastated’ Palace end23 June 2020
Few players can be credited with securing a league championship after just 18 matches. Fewer still can be a reason for relegation after none at all. But Paul Stewart, Palace’s star loanee of 1993/94,...
Explained: The alien caught on Selhurst Park's CCTV18 June 2020
As daylight fades around south London, a strange, unrecognisable figure nears the Selhurst Park gates. It flashes across security cameras and looms nearer into view.
Jordan Ayew: The Monopoly King17 June 2020
Jordan Ayew: leading goalscorer, tireless worker and Monopoly King.
How drinking with Delaney and Matt Lawrence inspired The Inbetweeners’ creator3 June 2020
When Iain Morris stepped onto a plane bound for Los Angeles, he wasn’t expecting to meet a professional footballer, and he certainly wasn’t expecting inspiration for a BBC sitcom 10 years down the...
Steve Parish: The full story since 20101 June 2020
On the 10-year anniversary of CPFC 2010 agreeing a deal in principle to buy Crystal Palace, Chairman Steve Parish has spoken with the Daily Mail about the takeover, his decade since and the club's...
Former co-Chairman Browett reveals inside CPFC 2010 takeover story1 June 2020
Ten years ago to the day, the CPFC 2010 consortium agreed a deal in principle to buy Crystal Palace Football Club, rescuing it from potential catastrophe.
Shaun Derry recalls bizarre DJ celebrations after the 2004 play-off final31 May 2020
“I’d not watched it back until I caught up with the re-run on Palace TV,” Shaun Derry reveals that the 10th anniversary of Hillsborough 2010 was the first time he had relived that era-defining match.
Champagne stings, swimming flippers and slogan t-shirts: Powell reveals path to promotion29 May 2020
Darren Powell was focused on one thing as he strode onto the Selhurst turf for Palace’s first play-off semi-final in 2004: playing a part in his club’s promotion.
Milivojevic reveals involvement in Premier League restart meetings29 May 2020
In an interview with Alyson Rudd of The Times, Luka Milivojevic has revealed his involvement in Premier League meetings discussing football's restart, his experience of a locked-down Serbia as a child...
Catching up with first-time father Ward plus Kelly talks dinosaur parties28 May 2020
With three members of the Crystal Palace squad recently having newborn sons, we caught up with Martin Kelly and Joel Ward to find out how the defenders are coping during lockdown with weeks-old...
How Ruud Gullit pushed David Hopkin to Palace26 May 2020
July, 1995. David Hopkin was on holiday with his wife and two children in Cornwall and, 250 miles away, Ruud Gullit was agreeing terms with Chelsea. Hopkin had begun to establish himself with the...
Julian Speroni's farewell interview from his Crystal Palace departure18 May 2020
At the end of last season, Julian Speroni bid an emotional farewell to Crystal Palace, his club of 15 years.
Amber Stobbs: “I felt like I’d gone past that point of no return"18 May 2020
Hosted by the Mental Health Foundation, Mental Health Awareness Week starts today (Monday 18th May) and runs until 24th May, 2020.
Catching up with Guaita in COVID-19 lockdown15 May 2020
The game’s on a knife-edge and Vicente Guaita sprawls to his right to get his hands to the ball flying towards him. It’s not Liverpool’s Mohamed Salah he’s denied and it’s not Jordan Ayew in...
Geoff Thomas: Sheepskin coats, south London wit and imaginary trophies11 May 2020
Geoff Thomas marched into the Wembley sun, nonchalantly tossing a ball in his hand. Further up, the black captain’s band hugged his arm under a bulging ‘90s track jacket as he entered the cauldron of...
Stockport County's Aaron Wilbraham on that Palace day in 20016 May 2020
The anniversary of Survival Sunday a few days ago and now the 19th anniversary of when Dougie Freedman scored in the final minutes against Stockport County to prevent Palace returning to the third...
Anthony Gardner explains 'tough' exit and his post-football gamble4 May 2020
‘Would deffo like to connect with the Palace fans,’ Anthony Gardner says, reaching out to the club after discussing a potential interview.
Alan Lee on the corner kick routine that saved Crystal Palace2 May 2020
“Down, down, there and across…sorry, I’m just finishing off a bit of homeschooling,” the start to our phone interview with Alan Lee highlights the strangeness of the times we currently find ourselves...
Joe Ledley reveals reason why he nearly didn't join Palace26 April 2020
If Joe Ledley hadn’t turned his mobile phone off when he did, he wouldn’t have joined Crystal Palace on the deadline day of the 2014 January transfer window.
How one of England’s most iconic sportsmen shaped Crystal Palace21 April 2020
There is a whole host of legendary names associated with Crystal Palace Football Club. From the nostalgic glory years of Malcolm Allison up to today’s talismanic Wilfried Zaha, figures associated with...
Ramage on Damo, getting dropped by Holloway and the play-off celebrations20 April 2020
This is part two of our catch-up with former Palace defender Peter Ramage. Here, the now-assistant coach of Phoenix Rising relives that 2012/13 campaign.
Ramage: "I was knocking on Hughes’ door all the time, almost pleading to go back to Palace"19 April 2020
“Would love to chat!” replies Peter Ramage to our WhatsApp message. At the end of our hour-long phone call with the former Eagles defender, we feel foolish for even considering that he might have left...
Meet the Palace Women confronting the COVID-19 pandemic16 April 2020
People across the country are working tirelessly day-to-day in a united effort to battle COVID-19, support their communities through the pandemic and save lives
Danns reveals Warnock's unique man management techniques13 April 2020
Neil Danns was impressed by Neil Warnock as he prepared to sign for Crystal Palace. Having opted against putting pen to paper with Nottingham Forest after a phone call with the Palace manager, Danns...
James Vaughan: ‘My only regret is I didn’t stay at Palace’10 April 2020
“That was the night I fell in love with Crystal Palace,” says James Vaughan, looking back at 15 years of professional football and eight successful months with the Eagles.
Houghton's inside story on 'hell of a game' 1990 FA Cup semi-final8 April 2020
Eighty players “aged five to 65” charge across a colossal ash pitch in Castlemilk, Glasgow, as a 10-year-old Ray Houghton ducks and dances his way through a crash of football-obsessed legs.
Seeing double: Why Barnsley donned Palace colours in 20136 April 2020
Barnsley’s home kit was red, and their away kit was blue. Unfortunately for David Flitcroft’s Tykes on 6th April, 2013, they were facing the red and blues. Neither kit would suffice.
Scowcroft discusses journey from Saints hat-trick to Palace scout4 April 2020
What makes Crystal Palace Football Club special? There are plenty of answers. But for James Scowcroft it is the community. This is why, when the club began its initiative to phone all Season Ticket...
When Palace beat wine-swilling Serie A champions Inter Milan2 April 2020
Inter Milan were high on their status as Serie A champions, viewed as world-beaters after roaring success in the 1960s and their league season had ended with a 23-game unbeaten run when they took on...
Dean Gordon: "They all counted for Shearer and Lineker so why not me?!”1 April 2020
“It was funny,” Dean Gordon begins to detail how Crystal Palace brought the lad - who went to school in Thornton Heath and grew up in Norbury - across from White Hart Lane.
When Selhurst Park hosted England's grandest prank1 April 2020
In its near-100 years of existence, Selhurst Park has hosted quite a collection of the weird and the wonderful.