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Old 15-05-2017, 09:50 AM
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[QUOTE=alf;13630292]And Vic Rouse the first 4th Division player to become an international player......for Wales in 1959[/QUO

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Old 15-05-2017, 10:11 AM
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Sadly this fact is now no longer true.
What I loved even more about the Spurs one was that they hadn't finished higher than our best top tier finish since I was born in 1963. All that huffing and puffing for nout . Sadly now gone as you say. Another now gone is the fact that Palace have, sorry had, been relegated from the top tier in every single Chinese Year of The Rooster since we played our first concluding season there in 1970. How close it came to continuing. Did mention it once in a fairly insignificant thread but it was so hard to shut about it until we'd got safe
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Old 16-05-2017, 06:27 AM
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I'm sure I heard recently that only Marseille and Spurs had more French caps in their squad than Palace. I liked that one.
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Old 16-05-2017, 06:54 AM
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Here's an unfortunate fact that we'll be linked to by association for quite a while. It's Martin Kelly's unenviable achievement and even though it occurred before he'd signed for us it's unlikely to be beaten for quite a while and until such time, the record books will show it as M.KELLY(Crystal Palace).

Anyway. It's the shortest England career ever. It was a friendly between Norway & England in Oslo on Saturday,26th May 2012. In the 88th minute, Phil Jones is substituted (I've no idea whether it was because of injury, a time-wasting tactic or just the usual lame routine of handing out new caps willy-nilly) but on this occasion it fell to Martin Kelly to receive the dubious privilege. Our Martin duly saw out the closing seconds of the match and has yet to be called upon since leaving him with the shortest career as a full England international on record at less than 5 minutes.

So there you have it. It defies all common sense. If it wasn't recorded for posterity, I wouldn't believe it. It sounds like a sick joke but I can assure you it's true. Martin Kelly does have a full England cap.
Yes I knew he had a cap did not realise he had a 5 minute cap though
He is a much better player at CB than FB - in fact he is rather good
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Old 16-05-2017, 07:03 AM
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Palace have never finished above the previous seasons top flight Champions.

If we win on Saturday we will be above Leicester
Hoping this record goes on Sunday
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Old 12-01-2018, 09:16 PM
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Our 2-0 win against Burnley in 1979, with our record crowd, that saw us promoted was actually our first ever win against them, having failed in in our previous 10 attempts.
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Old 13-01-2018, 04:51 AM
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Our 2-0 win against Burnley in 1979, with our record crowd, that saw us promoted was actually our first ever win against them, having failed in in our previous 10 attempts.

Wow I never knew that

Can I just add, only our second victory against Burnley came in the 1983 Div 2 ‘relegation decider’ in our final game that season. We stayed up, they went down.
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Old 13-01-2018, 10:15 PM
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Wow I never knew that

Can I just add, only our second victory against Burnley came in the 1983 Div 2 ‘relegation decider’ in our final game that season. We stayed up, they went down.
And I never knew that about our second win
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Old 13-01-2018, 10:39 PM
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I'm fairly certain that that final game was originally scheduled for the day that we played them in the fa cup 5th round.
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Just to expand on this, I think we're one of only 11 clubs that have been in the 2nd tier or higher since 1977.

I've got

Palace
Spurs
Liverpool
Everton
Arsenal
Aston Villa
Man Utd
Chelsea
Ipswich
West Ham
Newcastle

That's pretty bloody good
Now up to 40 years. Out of that group, I can only really see ourselves, Ipswich, Villa, West Ham and Newcastle dropping down to the third tier in day the next 10 years.

I still think that when you look at the clubs we’re sharing the list with, it’s a monumental achievement for ourselves.
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Old 14-01-2018, 06:44 PM
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I'm fairly certain that that final game was originally scheduled for the day that we played them in the fa cup 5th round.
Correct, and the 1978-79 game was originally scheduled for Saturday 17th March and was only called off at noon on the day by referee Alan Gunn of Burgess Hill!.

There had been a fall of snow but the thaw had come too late and the pitch was waterlogged despite a bright sunny morning. Burnley were already in South London and agreed to 11th May.
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Crystal Palace are the only team to win play-off finals at 4 different venues (Selhurst Park 1989, Old Wembley 1997, Millennium Stadium 2004 and New Wembley 2013).
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Not sure if this has been covered earlier in this thread, but during our stay at our original home at Crystal Palace Park between 1905 and 1915, Palace actually had two stadiums to play in.

Obviously, the main ground was roughly were the modern day National Sports Centre athletics stadium is. Less well known is the fact that there was also a previous athletics and cycle track, roughly where the indoor Sports Centre and swimming pool now is.

There were many occasions where the main venue was used for other matches, whilst Palace played at the smaller athletics/cycle track at the same time.

Another unique fact connected to the two Crystal Palace stadiums is that the ancient Surrey/Kent used to run roughly through the centre of Crystal Palace Park, with the main
stadium on the Surrey side of the border and the old athletics and cycle track on the Kent side, meaning Palace would have played home games in two different counties in the same week at various points in our 10 years stay at Crystal Palace Park.
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Another unique fact connected to the two Crystal Palace stadiums is that the ancient Surrey/Kent used to run roughly through the centre of Crystal Palace Park, with the main
stadium on the Surrey side of the border and the old athletics and cycle track on the Kent side, meaning Palace would have played home games in two different counties in the same week at various points in our 10 years stay at Crystal Palace Park.
Probably how the club was able to play in the Kent Senior Shield between 1911 & 1914.
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At 13.5 years, Julian Speroni is the longest serving player at any Premier League club.

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At 13.5 years, Julian Speroni is the longest serving player at any Premier League club.
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That's a great stat - how did you work that out/find it out?
After hearing how long Theo Walcott had been at Arsenal got me thinking.

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We hold the record attendance for the bottom league 38,000 v Millwall. Probably late 1950's.
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We hold the record attendance for the bottom league 38,000 v Millwall. Probably late 1950's.
We used to hold the world record for that until Rangers beat it a few years ago
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