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  • Harriers warm up for the cross country season

    By Croydon Advertiser at 07:15 on 18/10/13
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    CROYDON HARRIERS put the finishing touches to their 2XU Surrey Cross Country League preparations with encouraging displays at the weekend. Brendan Murphy racked up his twelfth win at Riddlesdown ParkRun, while training partner Jake English bagged a win at Crystal Palace. At the Surrey Masters cross-country event at Richmond Park, Neil Aikman was 41st in a field of 86 in the M40 and M50 race, while Keith Brown was 81st. In the M60...
  • Big border patrol plans

    By Croydon Advertiser at 07:15 on 18/10/13
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    CRYSTAL Palace are aiming to build more of a scouting network across Europe, according to co-chairman Steve Parish. The Eagles were the busiest of the Premier League clubs over the summer, signing no fewer than 16 players in the transfer window. But not all of them have been a success, with Frenchman Florian Marange failing to make the 25-man squad and being outcast after one appearance in the Capital One Cup. And Parish admits that...
  • Eagles keen on Zaha as a loan star

    By Croydon Advertiser at 07:15 on 18/10/13
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    CRYSTAL Palace co-chairman Steve Parish has admitted that the Eagles will be interested in signing Wilfried Zaha on loan, if he is available in January. Several national newspapers have reported that the Manchester United winger could be made available for loan in January, having struggled to break into the first team at Old Trafford under new manager David Moyes. And Crystal Palace, where Zaha made his name with 18 goals in 143...
  • Parish: We can become a force in this division

    By Croydon Advertiser at 07:15 on 18/10/13
    COMING BACK:  Yannick Bolasie takes on Liverpool's Kolo Toure  Photo by Neil Everitt
    STEVE PARISH says that he believes Crystal Palace can be a force to be reckoned with in time. The Eagles have struggled in the early parts of the season, having picked up just three points from their opening seven games since winning promotion to the Premier League. Part of the problem is integrating a host of summer signings into the squad, with Palace the most active of the Premier League clubs in the transfer window with no fewer...
  • Holloway angry with smoke bomb fans

    By Croydon Advertiser at 09:44 on 11/10/13
    PLEA: Palace boss Ian Holloway has urged fans to stop using smoke bombs immediately Photo by Neil Everitt
    PALACE boss Ian Holloway has blasted the fans who let off three smoke bombs at Anfield last Saturday and has urged them to stop - after a number of young supporters were carried out of the stadium. Just a couple of minutes into the match, three loud bangs were heard, which left a seven-year-old and an eight-year-old in deep distress, while an older fan received oxygen following the incident. Furthermore, two other youngsters were...

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