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Old 24-06-2012, 06:38 PM
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Although most of the crowd belied true feelings, chanting 'Barcelona' throughout the majority of the 2nd half. Something that got right up their noses judging by the letters to their programme and fanzine the following season
I couldn't understand why that banner was deemed necessary. They'd CHEATED us out of the FA Cup some 12 months previously. It was embarrassing. Probably Noades's idea.
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Although most of the crowd belied true feelings, chanting 'Barcelona' throughout the majority of the 2nd half.
not the 2nd half... 2nd half was one of the longest stevie c's rend n blue army olk skool chant. ever. remember like it was yesterday
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ZDS FINAL

Palace 4 Everton 1

As Thomas lifted the ZDS Cup aloft he shouted: 'WE'VE WON SOMETHING!'. Goals from Thomas, Salako and two from Wright won us the cup infront of 52,460. It was such a special day to be a Palace fan. One paper the next day reported: 'Ian Wright took Wembley by storm again yesterday to give Crystal Palace their first major trophy in the club's 71 year Football League history.'

It was a great feeling at the time, but history has consigned that Cup as not being a 'major trophy', and not something we can really pull out and brag about to other supporters. Am i being ungrateful by saying it's a shame that this great side wasn't rewarded with the FA Cup or even the League Cup instead?

In action. Note the faded American football lines still visible on the Wembley pitch courtesy of the London Monarchs. This photo is signed by the ref George Courtney (my mate who took these photos knew him). He actually turned out to be an incredibly lucky charm for us: not only refereeing this match, but also our Liverpool FA Cup semi final victory in 1990 and the game we won promotion against Blackburn in '89.

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It's all over. Just by the right hand corner flag you can see the lads, having just had the customary team photo with the cup, start to make their way around for a lap of honour. Trailing behind is Coppell hand in hand with his young son.

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The players proudly parade the cup infront of the jubilant Palace fans, as somewhere behind the scenes Ron Noades greatfully receives the £100,000 winners cheque. Infact, according to a report at the time, all in all we gained £300,000 from that victory.

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The side show to this final was the treatment dished out by mainly Thomas, Thorn and Young on Martin Keown. He had to be helped off with 10 minutes to go to save him from further punishment. His nose was broken, his eyes were cut and bloodied and lips badly swollen. An improvement some would say. Team mate Mike Milligan said: 'You want to see the state of Martin's face. He will be in the zoo next.'

The other part that added the icing on the cake for us supporters was seeing their keeper Neville Southall, refusing to go and collect his losers medal and instead moping on his own at the other end of the pitch with his arms folded.

Oi Neville....... Where's you medal!!!!
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Fantastic thread - thank you.

Brings it all flooding back!
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not the 2nd half... 2nd half was one of the longest stevie c's rend n blue army olk skool chant. ever. remember like it was yesterday

Unfortunately Sir Steve wasn't there to hear it. He missed that final game because he was having his wisdom teeth taken out or something.
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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.

Here is one of the reasons the game was so tense: Rochdale keeper Keith Welch who had a blinder on the day. The young fans, ballboy and steward at the Whitehorse end share the frustration of another near miss.

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Old 30-06-2012, 06:48 AM
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2/11/91

Div 1

Liverpool 1 Palace 2

After probably one of the more depressing months as a Palace fan, this win at Anfield was certainly the silver lining. Within a space of a week we had lost two of our England internationals: Wright and Salako. One to Arsenal for £2.5m, and the other to a horrific knee injury that kept Johnny out long term and was never the same player again. That would've been enough to knock a club like Man City and their billionaire resources backwards, nevermind Palace.

Anyway, goals from recent £1.8m signing Gabbiadini, and Thomas saw us come from behind for a famous victory. Souness was their manager at the time and was beginning to feel the heat from the Anfield crowd. I certainly remember their support being highly critical of their manager after that game and to their credit, complimentary towards us.

Not the best two pictures in the world, but the view from the away end as the players in the Brazil kit, take to the pitch to red, blue & yellow balloons courtesy of our new sponsors: Tulip.

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After this game, Andy Gray became the 5th Palace player in a year to get an England call-up.

Out of interest, at this stage of the season we were only 6 points behind eventual title winners Leeds. Just makes you wonder, had we not lost Wrighty and not had that terrible luck with Salako, how close we would've got to doing the unbelievable.

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1/5/93

Div 1

Palace 3 Ipswich 1

Fast forward 18 months, and a team with realistic ambitions of the title were now fighting for their lives in the top flight. The pictures you're about to see are of the infamous lap of honour, where we celebrated 'survival' but were unbelievably relegated 1 week later. Bar administration, probably my lowest point as a Palace fan.

Goals from Young, McGoldrick and Armstrong put us 8 points clear of third to bottom Oldham. They had to win all their last 3 games, including an away match at title chasing Aston Villa to stand any chance whatsoever of catching us. We had 49 points come the last game of the season, and no team had ever gone down with that many points. Guess what happened?


We attack in the first half towards the Holmesdale and the scoreboard reveals our early opener from Eric Young.

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The infamous lap of honour: r-l: Humphrey, Williams, Martyn, Thorn, Suckling?, Thorn, Coleman, Shaw, Rodger. The steward to the left reveals a 'Madness' t-shirt. An omen of what was about to happen in the next 7 days?

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Far right, Southgate, Armstrong and Thorn; at the back Shaw; tracksuited in the centre smiling is of course John Salako. He'd made a premature return from his career threatening injury at the beginning of the season, but sadly broke down early November and needed to go under the knife once again. I seem to remember him having to go to America for specialist surgery using a dead man's cartilage. Looks like he was an unused sub in this game, although actually never made a first team appearance until the following September.

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Looking at these pictures are quite sad really, because what happened in the following days i believe changed the club to this day. The Sky revolution had just kicked into place and we thought we'd consolidated a 5th year in the top flight. Since relegation, largely due to the differences in finances between the Prem and 2nd tier, we've been unable to secure more than a year in the Premiership. Had we secured survival that year, the financial windfall coupled with the emergence of Chris Armstrong, may have made Coppell stay on and a have a second wave of success. It was still a very strong squad.

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Palace 3 Ipswich 1

Fast forward 18 months, and a team with realistic ambitions of the title were now fighting for their lives in the top flight. The pictures you're about to see are of the infamous lap of honour, where we celebrated 'survival' but were unbelievably relegated 1 week later. Bar administration, probably my lowest point as a Palace fan.

Goals from Young, McGoldrick and Armstrong put us 8 points clear of third to bottom Oldham. They had to win all their last 3 games, including an away match at title chasing Aston Villa to stand any chance whatsoever of catching us. We had 49 points come the last game of the season, and no team had ever gone down with that many points. Guess what happened?


We attack in the first half towards the Holmesdale and the scoreboard reveals our early opener from Eric Young.

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The infamous lap of honour: r-l: Humphrey, Williams, Martyn, Thorn, Suckling?, Thorn, Coleman, Shaw, Rodger. The steward to the left reveals a 'Madness' t-shirt. An omen of what was about to happen in the next 7 days?

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Far right, Southgate, Armstrong and Thorn; at the back Shaw; tracksuited in the centre smiling is of course John Salako. He'd made a premature return from his career threatening injury at the beginning of the season, but sadly broke down early November and needed to go under the knife once again. I seem to remember him having to go to America for specialist surgery using a dead man's cartilage. Looks like he was an unused sub in this game, although actually never made a first team appearance until the following September.

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Looking at these pictures are quite sad really, because what happened in the following days i believe changed the club to this day. The Sky revolution had just kicked into place and we thought we'd consolidated a 5th year in the top flight. Since relegation, largely due to the differences in finances between the Prem and 2nd tier, we've been unable to secure more than a year in the Premiership. Had we secured survival that year, the financial windfall coupled with the emergence of Chris Armstrong, may have made Coppell stay on and a have a second wave of success. It was still a very strong squad.

Great pictures Bubbs, I still love the old Holmesdale despite regular soakings in there after the AW enclosure became all seated. Memory playing tricks, but I don't remember the old scoreboard ever being at that end.

Everyone was so confident we'd stay up after that game - If I remember rightly, Oldham had to play title chasing Villa, then Liverpool (where David James had a howler after another all night session on his playstation) then they beat Southampton 4-3 on the last day, who had all been out on the piss the previous night according to a recent anecdote from Le Tissier. We meanwhile went to Man City and got a 0-0, with Geoff Thomas hitting the bar, before Wrighty broke all our hearts at Highbury on the final day.
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Great pictures Bubbs, I still love the old Holmesdale despite regular soakings in there after the AW enclosure became all seated. Memory playing tricks, but I don't remember the old scoreboard ever being at that end.

Everyone was so confident we'd stay up after that game - If I remember rightly, Oldham had to play title chasing Villa, then Liverpool (where David James had a howler after another all night session on his playstation) then they beat Southampton 4-3 on the last day, who had all been out on the piss the previous night according to a recent anecdote from Le Tissier. We meanwhile went to Man City and got a 0-0, with Geoff Thomas hitting the bar, before Wrighty broke all our hearts at Highbury on the final day.
That's basically how i remember it too. Highbury was horrible. Arsenal had the FA Cup Final the following week; to this day i don't understand why we didn't go out and kick them up and down the park - they would've soon lost interest. We just seemed to freeze and let them dictate. It was like watching a car crash unfold in slow motion.

To add to your Le Tissier anecdote, Tony Adams said in his book that in the 2nd half that the Arsenal palyers were willing the Palace forwards to score as they didn't want to travel up to Oldham the following season.

Wrighty getting the first goal was beyond painful, but still maintain he deliberately missed at least one chance in the 2nd half. One was floated directly onto his head for him just to nod in and i swear he ducked.
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8/5/94

Division 1 (Championship)

Palace 0 Watford 2

A bitter sweet day: celebrated being champions and seeing Southgate lift the cup beforehand; easily beaten by lowly Watford; but most importantly, the last day of the Holmesdale terrace. Even Ron shed a tear! The crowd was 28,694.

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View from the Holmesdale: the last 30 seconds standing.

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The holmesdale terrace says goodbye

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This is my final picture from this thread. Hope you enjoyed the memories.

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I absolutely love this one. Obviously that moment in time has been immortalized by TV footage and press photographers in what have become iconic images for all Palace fans. So it's strangely disorientating but exhilarating to see it anew from an unfamiliar angle.
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