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Eagles hope to soar against struggling Villains

Eagles hope to soar against struggling Villains

Crystal Palace could secure back-to-back wins tonight for the first time since April with a victory over Premier League strugglers Aston Villa. Palace could climb as high as twelfth if they can see off a Villa side that has failed to win since September 13. The Eagle’s top scorer Dwight…

Crystal Palace fight back and earn a draw against Swansea

Crystal Palace fight back and earn a draw against Swansea

Crystal Palace captain Mile Jedinak scored his fifth goal in eight games as the Eagle’s earned a point away at Swansea. After a period of early domination it was the home side that took the lead on 15 minutes when striker Wilfred Bony turned sharply to score from just inside…

Palace ahead of the game on English players

Palace ahead of the game on English players

Crystal Palace FC could be in line for a place in the Europa League if only goals scored by English players counted, a BBC study has revealed. State of the Game, an analysis of playing time in the Premier League, found Palace would soar to sixth place, nine places higher…

REBO wants a “Wimbledon champion from Hackney”

REBO wants a “Wimbledon champion from Hackney”

Andy Murray’s former coach, Mark Petchey, attended the launch last night of the REBO wall project, which provided a tennis practice wall for Hackney’s Concorde Centre. Days before the ATP World Tour finals at the O2, former British number one, Petchey, was joined by local children at the Concorde Centre…

Locals to have their say on Crystal Palace future

Locals to have their say on Crystal Palace future

The Mayor of London has launched a public consultation on plans to redevelop Crystal Palace National Sport Centre, with the current stadium under threat of demolition. Boris Johnson described the redevelopment as “exciting” and a “benefit for the local community” but not all  locals agree with the Mayor. The plans…

London Fields Lido to extend opening hours

London Fields Lido to extend opening hours

The London Fields Lido is being refurbished with increased lighting facilities in order to extend opening hours in the upcoming winter months. The heated outdoor pool will be outfitted with new floodlight columns to grant swimmers year-round access between the hours of 6:30am and 9pm beginning in December. Councillor Jonathan McShane,…

Fun day raises hospice funds in young teacher’s memory

Fun day raises hospice funds in young teacher’s memory

The parents of a young teacher raised thousands of pounds in his memory when they organised a third annual football tournament for the hospice which cared for him. Craig Muir, of Castle Hill Avenue, New Addington died aged 22 in March 2012, just six days after being told his cancer…

Tower Bridge lights up in count down to Games

Tower Bridge lights up in count down to Games

One of London’s most iconic landmarks, Tower Bridge, was lit up this week to mark the final countdown for the first Invictus Games at Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park. The Games, which kick off next Wednesday, are being held to celebrate the recovery and resilience of servicemen and women from 13 countries around…

Sherwood rules himself out of running to take over at Palace

Sherwood rules himself out of running to take over at Palace

  Tim Sherwood is “no longer interested” in becoming Crystal Palace manager over concerns that he was not first choice for the position following his interview for the post last Sunday. Writing in his column in The Independent  the former Tottenham head coach said that he would have taken the…

Palace director Iain Moody resigns over text claims

Palace director Iain Moody resigns over text claims

Crystal Palace sporting director Iain Moody resigned yesterday following allegations of misconduct by Moody and former Cardiff City manager Malky Mackay, scuppering the latter’s chances of becoming the next Palace manager. The allegations are believed to concern the exchange of homophobic, racist and sexist texts between Moody and Mackay during…

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