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Old 01-01-2016, 10:29 AM
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And Terry Willard Son of Jess)was a Steward on the away coaches late 60's early 70's
I remember Terry on the coach there were others whose names escape me.
I also noted in the clip rare footage with checked shirt was Harry Easton who mainly played for the reserves.
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Sorry I meant to say Behind Dave Sexton who was in checked shirt.
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Happy new year to all

I gave myself a little new year's morning treat by re-watching the Palace-Brighton 5 penalties game from 1989 while scoffing my smoked salmon and scrambled eggs.

What a goal from Wright. You have to say the one Brighton penalty was the dodgiest of the lot. But Kelvin Morton was definitely on something that day, love the way he awarded our third pen. Palace legend.
I watched that on reading your post - the first Palace peanlty was the most dubious one we got - Brighton's one was laughable. The sending off almost proved he was a Palace fan
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Tuesday, 16 February 1982
FA Cup 5th Round Replay, Orient 0-1 Crystal Palace; Att: 10,067

Great finish and nice to see an old fashioned terrace bundle behind the goal in celebration. We were...

Barron, P.Hinshelwood, Boulter, Cannon, Wicks, Brooks, J.Murphy+(D.Price), Smillie •, Hilaire, Langley, Mabbutt

The usual baffling mix of genuine, proven talent, unfulfilled potential and utter dross.

Probably the first time I've seen it since being there on the night. I doubt whether we got home from the badlands of Waltham Forest in time for Midweek Sports Special in those days.

That's ex-West Ham keeper Mervyn Day getting beaten in the Orient goal. You were always guaranteed a few ex-Palace players in any given Orient line-up in those days; that evening it was Barry Silkman, Peter Taylor and Henry Hughton (actually Hughton was a future player technically speaking).
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Shaun Brooks would be playing for Orient before long
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Tuesday, 16 February 1982
FA Cup 5th Round Replay, Orient 0-1 Crystal Palace; Att: 10,067

Great finish and nice to see an old fashioned terrace bundle behind the goal in celebration. We were...

Barron, P.Hinshelwood, Boulter, Cannon, Wicks, Brooks, J.Murphy+(D.Price), Smillie •, Hilaire, Langley, Mabbutt

The usual baffling mix of genuine, proven talent, unfulfilled potential and utter dross.

Probably the first time I've seen it since being there on the night. I doubt whether we got home from the badlands of Waltham Forest in time for Midweek Sports Special in those days.

That's ex-West Ham keeper Mervyn Day getting beaten in the Orient goal. You were always guaranteed a few ex-Palace players in any given Orient line-up in those days; that evening it was Barry Silkman, Peter Taylor and Henry Hughton (actually Hughton was a future player technically speaking).
Next stop QPR quarter finals.
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I can see Johnny McNicol and Dave Sexton.
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I can see Johnny McNicol and Dave Sexton.
Terry Long and Geoff Truett maybe.
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Terry Long and Geoff Truett maybe.
Yes, a young Terry Long near the end of the clip.
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Terry Long and Geoff Truett maybe.
Indeed, Geoff Truett was a winger with blonde hair, signed from Wycombe Wanderers.
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Was at that Millwall game. Just watched it again. I'd forgotten what good players we had in Wrightie, Bright, GT, Gray, Steadie Eddie, always loved Pembo. I remember the home games v Forest (1-0) and Everton (2-1) as a turning point and me thinking we could stay up. I think Pardew scored the winner v Everton. Let's have that spirit tonight lads.

Now 47 and those 3 seasons are my faves, 88/89 to 90/91. Didn't know how lucky we were.
Yeah I went to that match too, I'm also 47 and I'd agree 88 - 91 was the best Palace era.
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Yeah I went to that match too, I'm also 47 and I'd agree 88 - 91 was the best Palace era.
Yes, agree with that too. It was just pure punk. These young talented misfits brought together by a young intelligent manager, ended taking on and beating the best in the country. Goals, excitement, tears and pure joy. An unbelievable few seasons.
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Another clip of Palace in the FA Cup; maybe not as obscure. The Palace footage is from 9:25...



(And yes, as recently as the early 90s, some Northerners thought that moustaches looked cool.)
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Some more 1990's FA Cup memories, but not quite so enjoyable...

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