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The follow up to my 'random photos from the 80's' thread.


19/8/89

Division 1

A: QPR 0-2

Back in the big time! Our first game on our return to the top flight unfortunately ends in defeat. The balloons - that were about to become our hallmark - get an airing, as a 5,000 strong Palace following welcome our boys to Division 1.

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QPR attack in the first half as the ball goes narrowly wide. Fourth Palace player from the right with the number 4 shirt is Andy Gray, making his return to Palace after a more than acrimonious departure to Villa for a couple of years. He was the most hated man at Selhurst at that time - made Bostock's departure seem quite pleasant!.

When Coppell shocked everyone and re-signed him 3 weeks prior to the start of the season, the response was mixed from the fans. Gray himself admitted he was a little worried at the reception he would get but as it turned out we forgive and forgave. We had to! It was quite clear very quickly that he was the only player in the team at that early stage that had that assurance in the top flight having already played a season there. Certainly me and my mates were quite shocked at how much he'd come on as a midfielder since leaving.

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Palace line up a wall. David Burke and John Pemberton (3 & 2) far left.

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Another interesting point from the game was that ex Palace hero Kenny Sansom, in the twilight of his career, lined up for QPR. He actually made a crucial goalline clearance from Wrighty when it was 1-0. Kenny was quoted in the paper the next day saying: 'Being an ex-Palace player I took plenty of stick about that from their fans behind the goal'. Here he is taking the ball away from Eddie McGoldrick as Wright watches on.

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Brilliant. I remember going to Alan Devonshire's testimonial at Upton Park and seeing Gray for the first time since he returned, like you I couldn't believe how accomplished he'd become in midfield given that he only really played half a season for us as a regular there up to that point. He was utilised more as a striker in his first spell with us.
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Remember this game well a great day spoiled by the game. - If I recall correctly QPR had someone who had come from Aberdeen, scored a couple against us, decided he didn't like it and headed back North?
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3/1/90

FA Cup 3rd Rd

H Portsmouth 2-1

This picture shows the first minute in what ended up being a most unbelievable journey all the way to Wembley.

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One goal down at half time, it seemed that 2nd division Pompey would end the journey there and then. However goals from Thomas and a more than dubious late penalty won and scored by Gray started us on our way.

The game was notable for the controversy happening off the pitch. Geoff Thomas had spent the last 6 matches on the bench after returning from injury with Coppell reluctant to bring him straight back in despite the clamour from supporters. Sir Steve actually received loads of flack and bags of mail from fans (ahh the pre internet days ). Thomas to his credit kept his head down and when finally given the chance in the 2nd half of this game took his opportunity like a dream scoring a cracking equaliser.

If people think impatient support is a thing of today then think again. While a goal down the players ran the gaunlet of abuse from us supporters as the players struggled to beat Pompey. Ian Wright said after the game: 'The abuse got to such a pitch that the boss said at half-time we would have to put the crowd out of our minds. We weren't playing well and we knew it, but we could've done without the fans on our backs.'

Jesus! If we were unhappy in the midst of our most succesful period ever, Dougie's got no chance!!

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19/8/89

A: QPR 0-2

Back in the big time! Our first game on our return to the top flight unfortunately ends in defeat. The balloons - that were about to become our hallmark - get an airing, as a 5,000 strong Palace following welcome our boys to Division 1.

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QPR attack in the first half as the ball goes narrowly wide. Fourth Palace player from the right with the number 4 shirt is Andy Gray, making his return to Palace after a more than acrimonious departure to Villa for a couple of years. He was the most hated man at Selhurst at that time - made Bostock's departure seem quite pleasant!.

When Coppell shocked everyone and re-signed him 3 weeks prior to the start of the season, the response was mixed from the fans. Gray himself admitted he was a little worried at the reception he would get but as it turned out we forgive and forgave. We had to! It was quite clear very quickly that he was the only player in the team at that early stage that had that assurance in the top flight having already played a season there. Certainly me and my mates were quite shocked at how much he'd come on as a midfielder since leaving.

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Palace line up a wall. David Burke and John Pemberton (3 & 2) far left.

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Another interesting point from the game was that ex Palace hero Kenny Sansom, in the twilight of his career, lined up for QPR. He actually made a crucial goalline clearance from Wrighty when it was 1-0. Kenny was quoted in the paper the next day saying: 'Being an ex-Palace player I took plenty of stick about that from their fans behind the goal'.
I was match sponsor for this game so 'had' to sit in the posh seats. There werent too many of us in there not jumping around when QPR scored.
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Have added a picture of Kenny Sansom in action against us for QPR.

Have quite a lot of pictures to add to this thread so as before, will slowly upload them over the coming days and probably months!!

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It was bloody hot for that QPR game. It had been a good Summer; the play-off Semi at Swindon was what The Sun would have called "a scorcher".

Who was QPR's scorer? They'd signed him from some Scottish team but he didn't live up to expectations. Paul Wright? I think 5,000 might be something of an over-estimate of our following that afternoon but it was still a good turn-out.

I don't remember any mixed feelings about Andy Gray's return. Abso-fecking-lutely fantastic was my response and so it proved. Why the hell did they let him go? I always thought that he was destined to play for England the minute he was paired with Geoff Thomas. To be fair, I didn't think it would only be for a disappointing 45 minutes in Poznan but what the hell.
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It was bloody hot for that QPR game. It had been a good Summer; the play-off Semi at Swindon was what The Sun would have called "a scorcher".

Who was QPR's scorer? They'd signed him from some Scottish team but he didn't live up to expectations. Paul Wright? I think 5,000 might be something of an over-estimate of our following that afternoon but it was still a good turn-out.

I don't remember any mixed feelings about Andy Gray's return. Abso-fecking-lutely fantastic was my response and so it proved. Why the hell did they let him go? I always thought that he was destined to play for England the minute he was paired with Geoff Thomas. To be fair, I didn't think it would only be for a disappointing 45 minutes in Poznan but what the hell.
They got rid of him because they'd signed Peter Reid and wanted to pair him with the equally elderly Ray Wilkins.
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18/11/89

Div 1

Palace 2 Spurs 3

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The significance of this game? It was big Nigel Martyn's debut for us after his £1m move from Bristol Rovers. It was a very frustrating game from memory and never deserved to lose it, Spurs winning it with goals from Samways, Howells and Lineker. Brighty got both of ours. That defeat had us sitting just a point off the relegation places.

The game will probably be remembered by most there for the free-for-all brawl in the middle of the pitch with Paul Gascoigne right in the centre of it all. Remember Mark Dennis getting involved too .

Andy Gray had fouled Gazza but the ref waved play on. By this time Gazza's head had gone and he jumped in two footed on Eddie McGoldrick and all hell broke loose leading to the paper headline the next day: 'Punch-up at the Palace!'. I bet the Queen nearly spat out her cornflakes that Sunday morning.

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27/11/89

ZDS 2nd Round

Palace 4 Luton 1

A crowd of 3,747 saw us dispatch Luton on an absolutely freezing and foggy night at Selhurst as you can see from Nigel's attire. If you look very, very closely at the Luton player on the ball, i think you'll find it's none other than Ian Dowie.

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Strangely enough, this game is one of the more memorable games i've been to because of a certain referee called Kelvin Morton. Yes! the same ref the previous season against Brighton that awarded 4 penalties to us and one to them. We were a goal down in this game through an Ian Dowie header, but then Morten waved his magic wand and in a space of 3 crazy minutes sent 2 of their players off and their assistant manager for verbals! (Danny Wilson, David Preece and Terry Mancini).

This basically paved the way for us to steam roller them 4-1 with goals from Bright 2, Wright & Pardew.

I do remember the Palace humour on the terraces at its best that night after the sending off's. We all took great delight chanting everytime Luton players gave away a soft foul: 'OFF! OFF! OFF!'

Was Kelvin Morten's undoubted love for Palace ever proved? We could've done with more refs like him last season.

The day after this game Coppell made yet another crucial signing that played a large part in the succes that would follow: Andy Thorn £550,000 from Newcastle.

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27/1/90

FA Cup 4th Rd

Palace 4 Huddersfield 0

Goals from Hopkins, Slako, Bright and an OG see us through to round 5. This was our first game after Wright had broken his leg - the first time - against Liverpool.

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17/2/90

5th Rd

Palace 1 Rochdale 0

This wasn't the walk over many expected against a 4th division outfit, and we had to wait until the hour mark to break through with a Phil Barber drive in front of the Holmesdale. We nearly conceded an equaliser too right at the death, but Martyn stuck out a leg and deflected a close range effort away.

The crowd of 17,044 - 5,000 up on the Huddersfield game - showed that the fans were starting to feel that Wembley was not that far away.

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