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Premier League – Half Term Report

Nineteen games gone, nineteen to go. At the end of 2014, we’re precisely at the half way point of the Premier League season. Here is an assessment of how each of the twenty teams have performed, who’s top of the class, who “must do better” and who needs to up their game significantly: ARSENAL – B Once again, they’re only …

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Crystal Palace Can Consolidate Their Premier League Place

Of all the extraordinary stories of the Premier League last season, that of Crystal Palace is probably the most remarkable. From imminent relegation under Ian Holloway to a tremendous fight back and a brilliant 11th place finish under manager of the year Tony Pulis, the Eagles’ 2013/14 defied the odds and shocked everyone. The new Premier League season is on …

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Norwich City's Premier League future hangs in the balance but they have more grounds for optimism than their rivals. Photo: Blue Square Thing (via Flickr).

Why Stability Will Be The Key To Survival

Time is running out and tensions are running high at the bottom of the Premier League – and that’s not just in the home dressing room at The Hawthorns. Whatever may or may not have happened after West Brom conceded a late equaliser to Cardiff at the weekend, it just further highlights that not many of the clubs involved in …

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Chelsea Crumble Yet Again In Title Race

Not for the first time during this year’s title race, Jose Mourinho’s Chelsea dropped an almighty clanger with regards to the EPL crown after their head-scratching 1-0 defeat to Crystal Palace on a sunny, Saturday afternoon in South London. The Eagles appeared to be full value for their 3 points though, with a splendid display by Tony Pulis’ side denying …

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To sack or not to sack?

A question that many football club owners and chief executive’s find themselves thinking about when things start to go wrong.  This sacking culture in football continues to grow, with no fewer than seven of the 20 Premier League teams changing manager already this season, in the case of Fulham, twice. There are other frightening stats too. Only 26 of the …

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Crystal Palace down West Ham in close encounter

Crystal Palace move off the bottom of the Premier League with a 1-0 win over West Ham at Selhurst Park in Tony Pulis’ first home game in charge of the club. The win, which came courtesy of a goal from Marouane Chamakh in the first half, moves Palace up to 19th, ahead of Sunderland and level on points with Fulham. …

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Norwich face Crystal Palace in crunch match at the bottom

Norwich City host Crystal Palace on Saturday (3pm) in a crunch match in the lower regions of the Premier League. —PREVIEW— Both teams find themselves in the bottom five of the league, Norwich in 16th and Crystal Palace in 19th. (right) Palace do go into the game in good form having beaten Hull away last time out and with new …

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Tony Pulis Named Palace Boss

Following their win earlier today at Hull by a 1-0 margin, Crystal Palace have named Tony Pulis their new manger on a 2 1/2 year deal after they and former boss Ian Holloway parted ways back in October. Pulis is set to take over the London club with them sitting 19th in the table, ahead of Sunderland on goal differential with both clubs on …

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Arsenal Still Top After Nervy Palace Win (VIDEO)

Arsenal are still top of the Barclays Premier League despite a rather too close for comfort win over lowly, manager-less Crystal Palace on Saturday afternoon as the Gunners defeated the Eagles 2-0 at Selhurst Park. The first half proved to be one of missed opportunities for Arsene Wenger’s side as they wasted several good chances at the goal of Julian Speroni …

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Cottagers’ Class Shines Through At Selhurst (VIDEO)

Fulham put on a master class performance on Monday night, seeing off Crystal Palace 4-1 in a resounding road victory at Selhurst Park. It was not always a walk in the park for the visitors though, as Palace actually took the lead after 7 minutes through an Adrian Mariappa header following a deflected cross that caught Fulham keeper Maarten Stekelenburg …

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