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Old 15-04-2013, 12:42 PM
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Smith dug his own grave in the final weeks of that season. I remember a classic quote from the man, after beating man city at home,

Tonny Gubba asked, “what will staying in the Premiership mean to this club?”

Smith replied “A new Bentley for the chairman!”

Hardly endearing yourself to your boss is it,
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'Ricky Newman is the best passer of the ball in the premiership'

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Smith did well, but he had plenty of talent at his disposal and perhaps not quite as competitive a league to contend with as we see in the Championship now.

I'm not doubting his football knowledge, but his massive ego and ability to rankle others with his poor interpersonal skills seemed to me to be more his undoing. We definitely should have stayed up - it seemed practically the whole team when it broke up went on to have good careers elsewhere!
Agree with that, we got relegetaed from the Premier League on 49 points, no side has ever scored that number of points and gone down since. Even points per game, only 1 team (West Ham) has come within 4 points of the record we hold.

That was in terms of performance over the season the best team ever to be relegated from the Premiership. We lost Eddie McGoldrick and Geoff Thomas (who had an average season at best having had a £3m bid turned down) so in terms of that team splitting up, it really didn't happen.

Yes Smith was the manager at the time but i think his managerial spell the following year and since with Wycombe and when he returned with us, showed we probably went up despite him rather than because of him. Then of course having gone up we become the only team to get relegated from the coverted 4th from bottom spot. Had we had a different manager in 1994/95 might it have made a huge difference to our club?
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I forgot about Salako's hat-trick. Wasn't it one of his first games back after his lengthy injury layoff? I remember the Southend and Peterborough away games, didn't we lose 1-2 at Peterborough with Simon Rodger getting a consolation?
Armstrong really looked the real deal that season, fantastic pace, strength and half decent in the air too.
Peterborough was a 1-1 draw I think.
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Agree with that, we got relegetaed from the Premier League on 49 points, no side has ever scored that number of points and gone down since. Even points per game, only 1 team (West Ham) has come within 4 points of the record we hold.

That was in terms of performance over the season the best team ever to be relegated from the Premiership. We lost Eddie McGoldrick and Geoff Thomas (who had an average season at best having had a £3m bid turned down) so in terms of that team splitting up, it really didn't happen.

Yes Smith was the manager at the time but i think his managerial spell the following year and since with Wycombe and when he returned with us, showed we probably went up despite him rather than because of him. Then of course having gone up we become the only team to get relegated from the coverted 4th from bottom spot. Had we had a different manager in 1994/95 might it have made a huge difference to our club?
I meant the Smith team should have stayed up, and that when Southgate, Coleman, Martyn, Shaw, Armstrong, Salako etc moved on, they all went on to have decent Premier League careers (perhaps not Armstrong but he did get a big move).
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Peterborough was a 1-1 draw I think.
It was. I remember being at this game. Think perhaps Paul Stewart was suspended for this.
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It was. I remember being at this game. Think perhaps Paul Stewart was suspended for this.
Midweek game, Jolly scored with a looping header, and Domonic Iorfa's shot deflected in off Richard Shaw's out stretched leg bought the teams level in the second half, Didn't they have the keeper called Barber playing for them at the time? often wore a comical mask prematch, before leaving it inside the netting before each match.
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My over-riding memory of the season is just how bizarre it felt, especially towards the second half of the season.

Everything just went to well. No real dramatics, no real heart in the mouth moments and just a sense, for once, that things would work out. We won the division at an almost canter and it was just a very strange time to be a Palace fan.

An odd season. And one almost at total odds with the wider Palace experience.
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My over-riding memory of the season is just how bizarre it felt, especially towards the second half of the season.

Everything just went to well. No real dramatics, no real heart in the mouth moments and just a sense, for once, that things would work out. We won the division at an almost canter and it was just a very strange time to be a Palace fan.

An odd season. And one almost at total odds with the wider Palace experience.
Forest did chase us quite hard - And Millwall were good side also - The victory at home was huge. The season was much like this up till March - allbeit with much better away form
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My over-riding memory of the season is just how bizarre it felt, especially towards the second half of the season.

Everything just went to well. No real dramatics, no real heart in the mouth moments and just a sense, for once, that things would work out. We won the division at an almost canter and it was just a very strange time to be a Palace fan.

An odd season. And one almost at total odds with the wider Palace experience.
Fortunately, normal business was very much resumed on the first day of the following season.
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Playing Forest early on at home and winning 2-0, Dean Gordon's fierce free kick going in right down the throat of Mark Crossley. Singing 'what a waste of money' at Collymore all game who had a rare stinker against us.

Generally not playing all that well but just being to good for the other teams. The exception was a 5-1 win v Portsmouth and a 4-2 win at Brum which included the line of commentary 'what a meatball header' after Coleman scored a peach.

Beating Millwall and Charlton both twice in the League and I think Anglo Italian Cup within a few days of each other.

Damien Matthew equalising at Forest-a vital moment.

Palace being the live game on ITV virtually every Sunday and winning.

The team collecting the trophy in those naff t-shirts before kick off on the final day and then losing 2-0 to Watford in front of nearly 30,000.
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Playing Forest early on at home and winning 2-0, Dean Gordon's fierce free kick going in right down the throat of Mark Crossley. Singing 'what a waste of money' at Collymore all game who had a rare stinker against us.

Generally not playing all that well but just being to good for the other teams. The exception was a 5-1 win v Portsmouth and a 4-2 win at Brum which included the line of commentary 'what a meatball header' after Coleman scored a peach.

Beating Millwall and Charlton both twice in the League and I think Anglo Italian Cup within a few days of each other.

Damien Matthew equalising at Forest-a vital moment.

Palace being the live game on ITV virtually every Sunday and winning.

The team collecting the trophy in those naff t-shirts before kick off on the final day and then losing 2-0 to Watford in front of nearly 30,000.

The meatball header was against West Brom, which I think was a 4-1 away win? I remember Richard Shaw scoring in the 4-2 at Brum and a Midlands biased Greavsie was on co-commentator duty. He very rarely had a good word to say about us.
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Anyone remember Nigel Martyn tearing out of his area and upending either Clive Allen or that beardy forward they had (Mitchell) in the second half of that game?

That was a long minute or so while we waited to see the colour of the ref's card.
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Anyone remember Nigel Martyn tearing out of his area and upending either Clive Allen or that beardy forward they had (Mitchell) in the second half of that game?

That was a long minute or so while we waited to see the colour of the ref's card.

Oh yes! But, that season, we were a "big" team in that division...
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The meatball header was against West Brom, which I think was a 4-1 away win? I remember Richard Shaw scoring in the 4-2 at Brum and a Midlands biased Greavsie was on co-commentator duty. He very rarely had a good word to say about us.
Correct - 1 down at half-time. Coleman had flattened an opponent in the first half, so he was never going to win "West Midlands Man of the Year" that season. Think that was the time we nicked the Baggies' "Boing Boing" celebration.
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That win over Millwall was HUGE..Cracking atmosphere at Selhurst that day and Armstrong scored one of my fave ever Palace goals - Lovely diving header which gave Keller no chance.

Nige was very lucky to escape a red after totally taking out Dave Mitchell outside the box :-)

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Can someone who went to the penultimate game away @ Boro please agree that this was orgasmic, as it can't only be me !

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Correct - 1 down at half-time. Coleman had flattened an opponent in the first half, so he was never going to win "West Midlands Man of the Year" that season. Think that was the time we nicked the Baggies' "Boing Boing" celebration.
Wasn't the opponent Bob Taylor, their hero?

David Whyte scored a cracking goal that game as well.
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Was a bit hairy outside the Hawthorns as well, very tense atmosphere with a few skirmishes
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Old 16-04-2013, 02:25 PM
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Dan Dare came here looking for the peace and quiet; the healthy air and the healthy dietDan Dare came here looking for the peace and quiet; the healthy air and the healthy dietDan Dare came here looking for the peace and quiet; the healthy air and the healthy dietDan Dare came here looking for the peace and quiet; the healthy air and the healthy dietDan Dare came here looking for the peace and quiet; the healthy air and the healthy dietDan Dare came here looking for the peace and quiet; the healthy air and the healthy dietDan Dare came here looking for the peace and quiet; the healthy air and the healthy dietDan Dare came here looking for the peace and quiet; the healthy air and the healthy dietDan Dare came here looking for the peace and quiet; the healthy air and the healthy dietDan Dare came here looking for the peace and quiet; the healthy air and the healthy dietDan Dare came here looking for the peace and quiet; the healthy air and the healthy diet
I remember listening to 909 on the radio at a friends house and them saying that we were losing 1-0 against someone, Bristol City or Barnsley maybe and me saying to my mate, that we would probably still win 4-1 ... and we did, it was just that kind of season when everything went for us.
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