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Old 03-08-2017, 07:40 AM
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Palace scapegoats

Let's list a few.

You know...the Palace players that our fans over the years have loved to have a go at.

I'll start with two: PHIL BARBER and ALAN PARDEW

When he first arrived from Aylesbury at the tail end of Mullery's reign and the start of Coppell's, Barber was a bit of a shining light at a time of real doom and gloom. Got stuck in and weighed in with a few goals too. But as Coppell built his amazing side headed by Wright and Bright, Barber fell down the list and by the top flight was the one that garnered many a groan from the supporters. 'BARBER, DO SOMETHING!' was a common cry. Mind you Wright and Bright probably gave him more stick than the supporters. Felt sorry for 'Mr 110%' because he always gave his all and did his job well, but circumstances overtook him and he looked very ordinary in what became our greatest side ever.

The ultimate boo boy and scapegoat back then though was ALAN PARDEW. Obviously the semi final winner changed that somewhat, but certainly in our Div 2 days he was literally hated by the Palace faithful. Sure I recall a time he was being cautioned by the ref and a section of our support sang, 'OFF! OFF! OFF!'
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Barber of course also missed in the penalty shoot out at the Mercantile centenary thing.

Ricky Newman used to get dog's abuse.

Aylott of course - the often told story of When he returned to SP with Bournemouth and Jim Cannon said to him "the fans are giving you a fair bit of stick Trev" to which he replied "not half as much as when I played for them"

Gareth Taylor also got it a bit due to our faltering form at the time, and his annoying hair. Ray Houghton clearly hated him also, and used to practically turn to the crowd as if to say to us "did you see that shit?" when Taylor ****ed up another of his through balls
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The first one I can remember was a 'keeper - Paul Hammond.

He was a Palace junior, but had the unenviable task of following on from club legend, John Jackson, who for some older Palace fans is the greatest ever Palace 'keeper, ahead of other favourites down the years like John Burridge, Nigel Martyn and Julian Speroni.

It was especially bad in the 1973/74 season as Palace took nearly four months to record a home win - I was only a kid at the time, but I think Hammond definitely used to get a regular coating of 'advice' from those behind his goal in the Holmesdale.

Actually not a bad 'keeper, but impossible to win the crowd over completely after Big Mal dropped everyone's hero in Jacko. I did hear a story that Jackson took a swing at Malcolm Allison on hearing he was going to be dropped and ended up with several other ex-Palace players at Orient, where former Palace playet and coach George Petchey had taken over, later following Petchey to Millwall.

In the 1980's, Sean Brooks and Gary Stebbing, who were both very promising youbg players, once again, had to fill in for more popular stars such after Ron Noades took over and we basically had five years of complete dross until Steve Coppell turned things around from abot 1986 onwads - but Brooks and Stebbing were always the fall guys.

Back in the day, with crowds often under 6,000, the main stand at Palace was a very unforgiving place and you could make out every word when someone decided to volley some abuse at a player - which used to happen on a very frequent basis!
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Always thought Aylott was a scapegoat & not just a donkey.

Mind you half our team were dogshit back in the mid Eighties.
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Always thought Aylott was a scapegoat & not just a donkey.

Mind you half our team were dogshit back in the mid Eighties.
It was like a revolving scapegoat door/wheel of fortune

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Nicky Chatterton was badly treated by 'certain sections' of the crowd.
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The great Jerry Murphy took some abuse back in the day, which is a travesty as he is the best player ever to pull on the Palace shirt
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Doris Hinshelwood, mostly in his earlier years

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I seem to recall Derek Jeffries getting a bit of abuse when I were a lad.
He was really talented but 'away with the fairies' at times on the pitch.
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Gary Stebbing used to really catch it. Mick Hill, as well, and Ketteridge. And was there a bloke called Sparrow?
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Nicky Chatterton was badly treated by 'certain sections' of the crowd.
Oh yeah. And that was almost entirely unjustified.
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Some interesting names on the list Derek Jefferies actually won Player of the Year. As said was a strange player Big Mal rated him. Years latter Mal told some great stories highlighted that his attitude was not as committed to the game as it should be. The year he won Player of the Year was the first in Division Three. I travelled to most away games and the Jefferies in away games was different to the one we saw at Selhurst.
Doris started as a centre forward and in all honesty was up with Aylott in skills in that position, the switch to full back brought an entirely new player.
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Although captain of the successful promotion winning 68/69 team and featuring in subsequent 1st division campaigns, John Sewell used to cop quite a lot of unfair stick, due mainly to him refusing to commit to a tackle, as encouraged to by the crowd and the tendency to launch the ball forward, being nicknamed 'shovel'.
In general, he was a pretty intelligent player, also being a successful penalty taker. Amongst the players, he was known as 'the Duke' for his snappy dress sense.
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Familiar names above - remember well the abuse Sewell got because he declined to perform agricultural tackles and Chatterton mostly because he was er Chatterton. Neither deserved it - a bit like Hennessey at the moment. Dicky Dowsett used to have a few people wound up, mostly because he wasn't Cliff Holton.
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Although captain of the successful promotion winning 68/69 team and featuring in subsequent 1st division campaigns, John Sewell used to cop quite a lot of unfair stick, due mainly to him refusing to commit to a tackle, as encouraged to by the crowd and the tendency to launch the ball forward, being nicknamed 'shovel'.
In general, he was a pretty intelligent player, also being a successful penalty taker. Amongst the players, he was known as 'the Duke' for his snappy dress sense.
Trouble was that he was aging when we got to the First Division and was slow. I remember Steve Kindon Burnley (moved to Wolves) shooting from the edge of the penalty area it being saved by Jackson passed out to Shovel on the opposite wing who was calmly taking it upfield. Kindon meantime ran round the back of the goal and caught up with him before he reached the half way line.
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In more recent times Dean Austin copped a lot of shit.
I used to go and watch the reserves when they played at Crawley now and then and you could hear all the bile aimed at him. And so could he.
Turned out alright in the end though.
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Doris started as a centre forward and in all honesty was up with Aylott in skills in that position, the switch to full back brought an entirely new player.
Hah, never knew that, must be just before my time
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Someone behind me in the Main Stand in the Dowie/Jordan era picked a new player to endlessly abuse each season - Tom Soares and Gary Borrowdale were two I remember, plus Ben Watson.
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