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Old 03-08-2017, 11:33 AM
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Steve Thomson used to get a lot of undeserved abuse i thought as did Mikele Leigertwood.

Gary Borrowdale would also be someone i'd throw in the "scapegoat" category. We did go through a weird phase of over-criticising our academy players at the time (Watson, Soares and Borrowdale) - and weirdly was one of the few players to actually improve during the PT reign but he failed to carry on any real momentum.

Going back a bit further, Paul Mortimer got it from the fanbase, just because he wasn't Salako (in the same way Gabbiadini wasn't Wright)
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I know they've been mentioned previously but Aylott and Bason deserved everything they got. David Giles too. I was at The Vetch when he played against us in an FA cup game in 80 or 81 and he was the best player on the pitch that day. The locals told us he was the Welsh Kevin Keegan. We got Kevin Turvey.
Pardew is a gimme. I was a regular at away games when the Supa Al chant started as a pisstake. With his ego he thought we were being sincere....we let him know otherwise.
That goal redeemed him slightly. But not enough.
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Dele Adebola was never very good, but still far better than his many critics liked to claim.

Much like Henno, as Ruskin Old Boy accurately observes.
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Steve Thomson used to get a lot of undeserved abuse i thought as did Mikele Leigertwood.

Gary Borrowdale would also be someone i'd throw in the "scapegoat" category. We did go through a weird phase of over-criticising our academy players at the time (Watson, Soares and Borrowdale) - and weirdly was one of the few players to actually improve during the PT reign but he failed to carry on any real momentum.

Going back a bit further, Paul Mortimer got it from the fanbase, just because he wasn't Salako (in the same way Gabbiadini wasn't Wright)
Mortimer please how can you defend him..... The clue was there before we signed him having had some success at Charlton he moved to Villa who were happy to off-load him to us very quickly. He played a few games looked totally uninterested and then spent the rest of his contract in the reserves doing not a lot, there were issues with his hamstring to be fair.
Steve Thomson and any of the youngsters that came through around the admin and Goldberg were supported by the majority of the crowd. Remember an away game at Charlton the young forward Andrew Martin took some abuse early in the game from one fan a number of fans were unhappy had a real go at the fan sure Andrew was not the best but they needed our support. Capped it off he scored though we lost.

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Dele Adebola was never very good, but still far better than his many critics liked to claim.

Much like Henno, as Ruskin Old Boy accurately observes.
Thing with Adebola, is we'd gone from having Clinton, Dougie and Kirovski on fire, to having Adebola, Akinbiyi, and AJ (who took some time to get going). I think that tainted people's views a bit. Plus he was never anything other than a mediocre Championship striker.
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Interesting reading about John Sewell. I started watching Palace in Feb '70. I remember thinking in my young mind how shit he appeared to be, but not as shit as Jim Scott. I do not recall or was totally unaware of either getting stick from the fans though.

Paul Bodin in his very short career I also remember copping a lot of abuse, but again not sure if that was just me, or also expressed by the crowd around me.

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Much like Henno, as Ruskin Old Boy accurately observes.
Re Hennessey, i see it's becoming almost 'fashionable' to defend him on here, but for his entire time at the club he's never looked up to the level IMHO. Watch the Burnley home game again, amongst countless others. Practically 'sits down' for the second and is beaten at the near post. Just very bad technique. Then the Hull game where he flapped / superman impression at 0-0. This was after his much vaunted 'improvement'. He just isn't up to it. Not terrible, but just not Premiership class.
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Interesting reading about John Sewell. I started watching Palace in Feb '70. I remember thinking in my young mind how shit he appeared to be, but not as shit as Jim Scott. I do not recall or was totally unaware of either getting stick from the fans though.

Paul Bodin in his very short career I also remember copping a lot of abuse, but again not sure if that was just me, or also expressed by the crowd around me.

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Most of the abuse of Sewell was probably prior to our 1st Division days, but of course his main claim to fame in those latter days was his goal past Gary Sprake.
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Interesting reading about John Sewell. I started watching Palace in Feb '70. I remember thinking in my young mind how shit he appeared to be, but not as shit as Jim Scott. I do not recall or was totally unaware of either getting stick from the fans though.

Paul Bodin in his very short career I also remember copping a lot of abuse, but again not sure if that was just me, or also expressed by the crowd around me.

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Paul Bodin even got abuse from Coppell, who described him as a failed First Division player, I seem to recall.
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Most of the abuse of Sewell was probably prior to our 1st Division days, but of course his main claim to fame in those latter days was his goal past Gary Sprake.
I remember it well. One of the finest lobs I have ever witnessed, Sprake had no chance in keeping it out

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Interesting reading about John Sewell. I started watching Palace in Feb '70. I remember thinking in my young mind how shit he appeared to be, but not as shit as Jim Scott. I do not recall or was totally unaware of either getting stick from the fans though.

Paul Bodin in his very short career I also remember copping a lot of abuse, but again not sure if that was just me, or also expressed by the crowd around me.

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I am not sure it was abuse as I have seen given to other players but by 1970 as I said he had slowed down and did get some abuse from those near me on the Holmesdale. Jim Scott bless I was so excited a forward, full cap for Scotland , won the Fairs Cup with Newcastle. A player who was experienced in the First Division. As a youngster I knew he was going to be our superstar......then I saw him play, ok maybe it was just a one off bad day..... nope every day was..... Put it like this you get a present you feel all excited wondering whats inside you open the wrapping paper and turns out to be socks....Scott was worse than that at least socks have a purpose.
Bodin I dont recall getting stick but I think that there were other issues
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Old squarehead, Lee Sinnott, took quite a lot of stick. Felt a bit sorry for him TBH, even though he was pretty cr*p.
We had just had the best season of our history, finishing 3rd in the old Div 1 and instead of really pushing on, we signed this fellow, from Bradford City, I think. It didn't look a very ambitious signing and when we saw Lee play, the punters soon got on his back.
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"Come on Doris!"
That's quite funny because I've supported the club for 50+ years, and if I had to pick my all-time 11, I wouldn't think twice about including him as my first choice right back.
An unbelievably underrated player who never gave anything less than 100% and certainly made the most of his talent.
I've seen many players over the years who have had far more ability than Paul, but few who applied themselves quite as consistently. Totally reliable & committed to the cause. A wonderful player.
I suspect he picked up that 'Doris' tag for playing like an old woman when he first came into the side as a centre forward (I'm struggling to remember now!).
To be admired even more for the stick he took at the time, but reinvented himself into a consummate full back.
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