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Old 08-02-2011, 08:46 AM
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Think Wrighty popped up with his 100th goal for Arsenal that day.
Yes he did - to pull it back to 2-1. But we held on and he was not happy at the end
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The bit no-one seems to remember is that we played Man City at Maine Road on the Wednesday between the Ipswich and Arsenal games. We could have been safe winning there too, if only Geoff's shot had gone in rather than cannoning back off the bar. Once that finished 0-0 and Calamity James let Liverpool beat Oldham, it was all over.
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I remember being at the Ipswich game and us taking them apart and thinking no chance we are going down. Then wright a hero palace player for me helping send us down. I don't know if anyone else heard Geoff Thomas (who was my boy hood hero) being interviewed after the match but he was almost in tears and that interview with him made it even worse knowing that we came so close to staying up with so many points. Nothing since has been as gutting as that relegation.
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Sure i remember reading in Tony Adams book that during the game the Arsenal players were urging Palace players to score as they'd rather travel to Selhurst the following season than Boundary Park.

Obviously Wrighty getting their first was a double sickener, but I wonder if anyone else at the game will back me up on this: i could've sworn on the day (although it didn't matter in the end) that at least a couple of times in the 2nd half Wrighty purposely missed scoring opportunities. One I clearly remember was a cross that was bound for his head and he literally pulled out in mid air and turned away grinning. Someone near me said: He did that on purpose, i replied: 'Why didn't he bloody do that earlier then?!'

Also heard that after he was sustituted, he quickly showered and left the ground before the game finished because he couldn't face Coppell and the players.

Quite bizzare really when you look back that he should score that day: the player that arguably was the embodiment of our success, was the same man that finally put an end to it.
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Yeah - anybody mentioned that half their goals were offside against Southampton?

Bastards - I ******* hate that day....all I can say really.

We wuz robbed.

And, perhaps unfairly, I have always despised Paul Dickov ever since.
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Sure i remember reading in Tony Adams book that during the game the Arsenal players were urging Palace players to score as they'd rather travel to Selhurst the following season than Boundary Park.

Obviously Wrighty getting their first was a double sickener, but I wonder if anyone else at the game will back me up on this: i could've sworn on the day (although it didn't matter in the end) that at least a couple of times in the 2nd half Wrighty purposely missed scoring opportunities. One I clearly remember was a cross that was bound for his head and he literally pulled out in mid air and turned away grinning. Someone near me said: He did that on purpose, i replied: 'Why didn't he bloody do that earlier then?!'

Also heard that after he was sustituted, he quickly showered and left the ground before the game finished because he couldn't face Coppell and the players.

Quite bizzare really when you look back that he should score that day: the player that arguably was the embodiment of our success, was the same man that finally put an end to it.
Don't remember Wright missing any particularly easy chances during the game, although I do remember him going loopy and jumping all over the place as first Dickov and then Campbell hammered the coffin lid shut late in the 2nd half
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That was bad enough, but what about 2 seasons later ! 4th from bottom in the one bloody season that 4 teams went down.
Again with quite a high points tally - 45 pts from 42.
But TBF what was telling in that campaign was our goals total - 34 - Which was the lowest in the Prem that season.
1994/95 - The season that Palace were in the last 4 of all competitions !
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The bit no-one seems to remember is that we played Man City at Maine Road on the Wednesday between the Ipswich and Arsenal games. We could have been safe winning there too, if only Geoff's shot had gone in rather than cannoning back off the bar. Once that finished 0-0 and Calamity James let Liverpool beat Oldham, it was all over.
i seem to remember thomas having a header cleared off the line by a city defender and rodger missing a late chance
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i seem to remember thomas having a header cleared off the line by a city defender and rodger missing a late chance
Yep cleared of the line by Ray Ranson
After all the talk of a similar scenario to Oldhamgate in the past week, it's 24 years to the day since that fateful day at Highbury
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My sister got married that day. It was pre-internet of course so we were carrying radios. We went in the church a Premier League team and came out effectively relegated. Thanks for that Jesus.

Not the greatest wedding reception followed.

The bitterness surrounding that day has lasted rather longer than my sister's marriage.
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The first and last player of the year do I ever went too was the evening after the Ipswich win and we were actually celebrating staying up with the players!!
Walking out of Highbury a week later having been relegated and thinking how the feck did that happen? and seeing Wrighty scoring against us was one of my worst experiences as a palace fan!!

Only consolation was seeing a lary little shit of a palace fan who had been pushing and shoving the young girl and her little brother I was with to hurl abuse at Arsenal fans the other side of the fence all game laying in the gutter with claret pouring from his nose!!

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Reading this probably explains a lot of the panic on here at the moment. There are some parallels I don't like the look of - thinking we are safe, our main relegation rival playing one of the top teams (Oldham playing Villa, Hull playing Spurs), ourselves playing a team who have a cup final the following week, which is looking likely. Hopefully I am just reading too much into it.
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Not read whole thread so apologies if repeating anything that's already been said.
I feared the worst the Wed night after the Ipswich win when we drew nil nil at Man C but Oldham beat Liverpool.
So I took the Thurs and Fri sick off work. Highbury Northbank was closed for redevelopment so the away section at Clock End was much smaller than usual. On the Thurs I went up to Highbury and joined a sizeable queue to buy a ticket in the stand opposite the tunnel. I recognised a lot of fellow Palace fans in the queue.
When Palace took to the field, it was clear from the cheers that there were a lot of us Palace in that stand. When a few home fans started celebrating the 2nd and 3rd goals with a little too much relish, there were plenty of fists flying.
The home fans in that stand kept quiet for rest of the game.
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Yep cleared of the line by Ray Ranson
After all the talk of a similar scenario to Oldhamgate in the past week, it's 24 years to the day since that fateful day at Highbury
i recall paul Dempsey reporting amicably our highlights at manc on sky soccer weekend the day before that fateful trip to highbury.

I think the memories of 93 still haunt many of us chief, hence why we are taking nothing for granted until we claim at least a point sunday, or sunderland do us another favour by beating Swansea the day before.
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I feared the worst the Wed night after the Ipswich win when we drew nil nil at Man C but Oldham beat Liverpool..
I feared the worst as soon as Oldham beat Villa.
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yep - to the youngsters of the day it was the equivalent of Hull winning at Spurs with 1 week to go. It was an incredible result followed by Calamity James followed by Ian Wright at Highbury
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That was bad enough, but what about 2 seasons later ! 4th from bottom in the one bloody season that 4 teams went down.
Again with quite a high points tally - 45 pts from 42.
But TBF what was telling in that campaign was our goals total - 34 - Which was the lowest in the Prem that season.
1994/95 - The season that Palace were in the last 4 of all competitions !
Does anyone remember the piss-take goal famine appeal on 'Fantasy Football'? About the only time we got a mention.
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Pretty sure we hold the Premier league record for most consecutive league games without scoring.
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Does anyone remember the piss-take goal famine appeal on 'Fantasy Football'? About the only time we got a mention.
They also did a bit around the time of Cantona - a Palace fan saying how terrifying it was a this footballer charged towards the crowd with his face all screwed up (or something like that). And then showed Dowie celebrating his goal at Forest in the Cup.
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