Away Block Report: Tottenham Hotspur 2 – 0 Crystal Palace

Posted on January 12th, by The Palace Away Fan in Sport. No Comments

A strong first half performance from the away side leads to nothing after horrendous penalty miss

Despite the eventual 2-0 defeat, the Eagles can come away from the game feeling they had displayed, in the first half at least, the potential to gain something more from the game. It’s rare that the Citizen’s prediction for the final score is correct, and certainly no pleasure is … Read More »



Away Block Report: Chelsea 2 – 1 Crystal Palace

Posted on December 15th, by The Palace Away Fan in Sport. No Comments

Palace push unconvincing Chelsea

Jose Mourinho arrived into this encounter having remained unbeaten in the Premier League at Stamford Bridge during his two spells as Chelsea manager. Whilst Crystal Palace never threatened to take all three points from their near neighbours, they put in a performance which will stand them in good stead for future matches, and send a further warning sign to their relegation … Read More »



Away Block Report: Norwich City 1 – 0 Crystal Palace

Posted on December 1st, by The Palace Away Fan in Sport. No Comments

Tony Pulis oversaw defeat for Palace in his first game in charge

Despite the justified pre-match optimism, defeat at fellow strugglers Norwich City proved there is considerable work to be done by Palace’s new Welsh manager if the Eagles are to remain in the Premier League after the end of the season.

Pulis made two changes from the side which beat Hull City last … Read More »



Away Block Report: Hull City 0 – 1 Crystal Palace

Posted on November 24th, by The Palace Away Fan in Sport. No Comments

Tony Pulis watched from the stands as Palace win first Premier League away match in eighteen attempts – and form may be picking up

Clichéd it may be, but these are the results which are going to keep Palace in the Premier League. Two weeks after a deserved draw at home to high-flying Everton, the Eagles travelled to fellow promoted club and relegation rivals Hull … Read More »



The Away Block Report: Is time running out for Palace to adapt?

Posted on October 7th, by The Palace Away Fan in Sport. Comments Off

With Crystal Palace losing 3-1 away at Liverpool last Saturday, they go into the international break with just three points from their opening seven games

At half-time in Liverpool on Saturday, Palace fans would have been forgiven for checking the times of the earliest trains back to London. Maybe they shouldn’t have been surprised, given Matt Woosnam correctly predicted the eventual scoreline in his preview.

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The Away Block Report: Southampton 2 – 0 Crystal Palace

Posted on September 28th, by The Palace Away Fan in Sport. No Comments

Palace’s tough start continues on the south coast

Patience will be the word on the lips of every Palace fan as two goals in quick succession after the half time break condemned the Eagles to their fifth defeat from the first six matches.

Looking behind the scoreline, heart should be taken from the start Palace’s opposition had to Premier League life just a year … Read More »



The Away Block Report: Manchester United 2 – 0 Crystal Palace

Posted on September 14th, by The Palace Away Fan in Sport. No Comments

Palace work hard against the champions but decisions go against them

Manchester United  2 (Van Persie 45′ (pen), Rooney ’81)

Crystal Palace  0

With the trip to Old Trafford always earmarked as perhaps the toughest match of the season, Palace will be proud of the performance they put in at the home of the champions. With United surprisingly including Wayne Rooney in their … Read More »



The Away Block Report: Palace stoked with first goal but come away with nothing

Posted on August 26th, by The Palace Away Fan in Sport. No Comments

Dean Childs takes us through Palace’s first away game of the season against Stoke City from the terraces, where Holloway’s men found themselves frustrated. Tom Lickley provides some added insight from his sofa.

Stoke City  2 (Adam 58′, Shawcross 62′)

Crystal Palace  1 (Chamakh 31′)

Once the team was announced, and Chamakh, Campaña and Puncheon (the Croydon-born winger returning to his hometown club, having … Read More »