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Old 17-10-2002, 06:52 PM
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Congratulations AJ and thanks for the additional stats ....

George Clarke (Palace career 1925-1933 is indeed the answer).

Your point about the position being a bit flexible is also correct (more so in those days).

George was primarily a winger (also called outside left in those days) and contributed 106 goals in 299 games.

Another wonderful Palace player from the past

I'll give you all a rest now until tomorrow .....
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Old 17-10-2002, 07:23 PM
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But, I think the answere AR is looking for is George Clark, who scored 105 from the outside-right position back in the 20's.
Definately before my time.
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Old 17-10-2002, 07:37 PM
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Congratulations AJ and thanks for the additional stats ....

George Clarke (Palace career 1925-1933 is indeed the answer).

Your point about the position being a bit flexible is also correct (more so in those days).

George was primarily a winger (also called outside left in those days) and contributed 106 goals in 299 games.

Another wonderful Palace player from the past

I'll give you all a rest now until tomorrow .....
Not sure which one he is, but, he's probably among this group from 1925/26

Does anyone know what the Manager Edmond Goodman didn't have?
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Not sure which one he is, but, he's probably among this group from 1925/26

Does anyone know what the Manager Edmond Goodman didn't have?


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Not sure which one he is, but, he's probably among this group from 1925/26

Does anyone know what the Manager Edmond Goodman didn't have?
A clue ?
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Old 17-10-2002, 09:15 PM
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One of his legs.
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Old 17-10-2002, 10:00 PM
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One of his legs.
Not sure which one mind.

Yep, that's it. His whole story is somewhat interesting. He was a good player, then lost a leg, then moved into coaching/management at Aston Villa and then joined Palace. I think, although, not sure, that he may have got Palace's first shirt(from Villa), hence the similarity between Villa and Palace's shirts in the old days(claret and blue).
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Old 18-10-2002, 01:20 AM
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I still wanna know if Dean Gordon scored a hat trick away to Stoke. Do you recall this Stumps. I am sure one was a pen, one was a free kick, and one was a thump in the top left.

God knows what game you're talking about but I wish I was there. I can't believe what an amusing thread this has turned into. Good stuff.

What's going on? Normally nobody bothers with Memory Lane from week to week!!!

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Old 18-10-2002, 01:42 AM
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Not sure which one he is, but, he's probably among this group from 1925/26

George Clarke is second from the right, second row down.

Edmund Goodman is on the far right, thrid row down; he retired in 1927. (And yes, he did bring the claret and blues shirt from Villa.)

Also in the pic is Roy McCracken, fourth from the left, top row, who I think was Palace's first international player (for Northern Ireland).
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Old 18-10-2002, 01:48 AM
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I look forward to the next question.
It was a good season for Palace.

I scored seven goals that season.

All away from home.

Who am I?
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OK ... who's the last (perhaps only) player to appear for Palace as an on-loan player who had previously played for Palace but been sold.
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Old 18-10-2002, 03:28 AM
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OK ... who's the last (perhaps only) player to appear for Palace as an on-loan player who had previously played for Palace but been sold.
Mel Blyth?
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I look forward to the next question.
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Sorry Alan, I think you'll find it's Peter Nicholas.
Not according to Nigel Sands it's not !

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Against who - and when ?
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Blyth came back to the club on loan from Millwall in 1977/78. It looks as though Nicholas came back very briefly on loan before he signed for Palace (doesn't look like there was a fee).

Anyone have today's answer then ?
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