Crystal Palace

16th Premier League | 8-16-4
  • Goals For
    11th
    36 GF
  • Assists
    10th
    24 GA
  • Shots
    10th
    225 Shots
  • Saves
    13th
    79 SAV
  • Sam Allardyce dismisses Tottenham interest in Crystal Palace winger Wilfried Zaha
    International Business Times

    Sam Allardyce dismisses Tottenham interest in Crystal Palace winger Wilfried Zaha

    Crystal Palace manager Sam Allardyce has called on chairman Steve Parish to ensure that winger Wilfried Zaha stays at the club, amid reports linking him with a move to Tottenham Hotspur. The Ivory Coast international was subject to a £12m offer from the north London club last summer and that interest could be reignited at the end of the campaign. Amid a troubling season, Zaha has been among Palace's most consistent performers and was particularly threatening during the 1-0 win over Watford on Saturday [18 March].

  • Top relegation six-pointers on the Premier League docket
    ProSoccerTalk

    Top relegation six-pointers on the Premier League docket

    Though 10 matches is plenty of time for a slide in form to dip another side into the drop zone, five teams look set to duke it out for two safe spots in the Premier League. There are varying degrees of desperation in the bunch at this point. Sunderland is seven points shy of safety and cannot handle many more losses, while Northeast neighbor Middlesbrough is also multiple results from safety. Hull City is three points back of 16th place Swansea City, while Crystal Palace is four points above the drop. You can see why Boro made a managerial change with a massive April on the way which includes two six-pointers in four days, both on the road. Those days could swing the drop zone race altogether,

  • Child's birth could rule Ledley out of Ireland football clash
    AFP3 hours ago

    Child's birth could rule Ledley out of Ireland football clash

    Joe Ledley could miss Wales's World Cup qualifier against the Republic of Ireland if his pregnant wife Ruby gives birth to the couple's third child earlier than expected ahead of Friday's match in Dublin. Joe and Ruby Ledley are already the parents of two daughters, with their third child expected a few days after the Group D Clash at Lansdowne Road. "Ruby is expecting two or three days after the game, so Joe is hoping he doesn't get the call until the day after," said Wales goalkeeper Wayne Hennessey, who plays alongside midfielder Ledley at Premier League club Crystal Palace, on Wednesday.