Wilfried Zaha


The boys are back in town

Posted on September 12th, by Nadim Lilani in Sport, Topical. No Comments

Nadim Lilani assesses the return of Neil Warnock, Wilfried Zaha and Andy Johnson, as Palace looks to kick-start their season

In times of need, we turn to those who we know well. Whether it be problems regarding injury or illness, a falling-out, or relationship troubles, the first resort is always a family member or a good friend.

Why is this the case? It is because long-lasting … Read More »



The king is dead, long live the king!

Posted on September 4th, by Nadim Lilani in Sport. No Comments

Nadim Lilani bids farewell to Tony Pulis and looks to Palace’s future

It’s farewell to the manager who led Palace to their highest league finish since 1992, as Tony Pulis and his trademark baseball cap left the club amid a sea of controversy and uncertainty. Yes, the timing was terrible. Yes, the probability of signing several much-needed squad reinforcements has lessened. And yes, the Malky Mackay–Iain Moody text … Read More »



It’s time to move on, but thank you, Julian Speroni

Posted on May 14th, by Tom Lickley in Sport. No Comments

Tom Lickley suggests it may be time for Crystal Palace fans to let go of the club legend. Read Matt Woosnam’s riposte here

Travel back in time, if you will, to a sunny Saturday afternoon in August 2004. Having surged towards the playoffs and clinched promotion in stunning fashion the previous season, Crystal Palace fans had settled into their seats for the first home game … Read More »