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UKPunk
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Your biggest problem now will be up front. Had Zaha put away that open goal opportunity on Sunday there's no way we'd have come back. The fact is that all the defensive organisation in the world won't save you from the drop unless your players start converting the opportunites you're creating.


I entertained my brother and two of his mates this weekend. All Spurs fans.
We were at the game. Thankfully Tottenham shorn of Alli etc didn't make more of their possession.

If only we had a striker!
In Benteke we trust ........

I watched the game on BT Sport and I thought it was the worst we'd played all season. It seemed like we hadn't recovered our energy following the Madrid game four days previously. Although we had a lot of the ball we looked sluggish and our passing wasn't anywhere near its usual standard. I was mightily relieved when Son stuck the winner away.

My opinion of clubs is influenced to a large degree by my experience when I've visited, and because I had such an enjoyable day at Selhurst Park Palace are a side I'd like to see stay up. The exact opposite is true of West Ham!



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kirby knitters
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They say the second season in the Prem can be harder.SlySly


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Heard it stated somewhere that this is only the 3rd Premier League season when all 3 promoted teams have stayed up.


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They say the second season in the Prem can be harder.SlySly


Not in Burnley they don't! Wink

Phenomenal achievement by Wagner after getting promoted with a negative goal difference. To have sealed it by digging points out at the Etihad and Stamford Bridge must be even more satisfying.


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Not only did all three teams promoted to the Premier League stay up but all three promoted to the Championship, all four promoted to League One and both promoted to League Two stayed up as well.


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Not in Burnley they don't! Wink

Phenomenal achievement by Wagner after getting promoted with a negative goal difference. To have sealed it by digging points out at the Etihad and Stamford Bridge must be even more satisfying.


Probably not in Leicester either. Leicester City managed to win the Premier League in their second season after promotion!


FCUtdWill
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Haha, I'm looking forward to it already! Been a brilliant season (yes, there's been low points but many highs) but to stay up with a game to spare is fantastic.

Some decent signings in the summer and I think we can stay up again. Wagner should get a contract for at least five years to be honest!



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Haha, I'm looking forward to it already! Been a brilliant season (yes, there's been low points but many highs) but to stay up with a game to spare is fantastic.

Some decent signings in the summer and I think we can stay up again. Wagner should get a contract for at least five years to be honest!


Five years? Remember what happened to Claudio Ranieri? There's no room for sentiment.


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Heard it stated somewhere that this is only the 3rd Premier League season when all 3 promoted teams have stayed up.

And all the new boys to the Prem turned over Man Utd at home.Sly


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Not only did all three teams promoted to the Premier League stay up but all three promoted to the Championship, all four promoted to League One and both promoted to League Two stayed up as well.


Not only that. All four clubs promoted into the National League stayed up too. All the teams promoted to each of England's top five divisions last year have avoided relegation.

Premier League:
Newcastle United (presently 10th)
Brighton & HA (14th)
Huddersfield Town (16th)

Championship:
Millwall (finished 8th)
Sheffield United (10th)
Bolton Wanderers (21st)

League One:
Plymouth Argyle (7th)
Portsmouth (8th)
Blackpool (12th)
Doncaster Rovers (15th)

League Two:
Lincoln City (7th)
Forest Green Rovers (21st)

National League:
Ebbsfleet United (6th)
Fylde (7th)
Maidenhead United (12th)
FC Halifax Town (16th)





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Heard it stated somewhere that this is only the 3rd Premier League season when all 3 promoted teams have stayed up.


The attached might be useful.



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Bugger bognor. They ruined it going further down


jon b
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Your biggest problem now will be up front. Had Zaha put away that open goal opportunity on Sunday there's no way we'd have come back. The fact is that all the defensive organisation in the world won't save you from the drop unless your players start converting the opportunites you're creating.


I entertained my brother and two of his mates this weekend. All Spurs fans.
We were at the game. Thankfully Tottenham shorn of Alli etc didn't make more of their possession.

If only we had a striker!
In Benteke we trust ........


Have you ordered the statue of Woy yet?!

Meanwhile, Benteke…….


Ronsdog
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If only we had a striker!
In Benteke we trust ........


Have you ordered the statue of Woy yet?!

Meanwhile, Benteke…….


As any Palace fan will inform you, it's never boring following the Eagles!!

Another season full of oohs and arrghs.
In Woy we certainly trust and as for Benteke, he will struggle to make the Belgian WC Squad.

Statues aside, Steve Coppell has a suite named after him in the main stand; he would be top of the list for any bronze rememberance.


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I didn't realise until watching MOTD that he is a lifelong Palace fan. Always makes things so much sweeter for all concerned


Doesn't always end well as colin has found out with Blades fans.Sly


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They say the second season in the Prem can be harder.SlySly


Haha, I'm looking forward to it already! Been a brilliant season (yes, there's been low points but many highs) but to stay up with a game to spare is fantastic.

Some decent signings in the summer and I think we can stay up again. Wagner should get a contract for at least five years to be honest!


Ince moving to Stoke seems a strange piece of business from the point of view of both Town and his career progression. Unsure

https://www.bbc.co.uk/sport/football/44938650

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FCUtdWill
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Haha, I'm looking forward to it already! Been a brilliant season (yes, there's been low points but many highs) but to stay up with a game to spare is fantastic.

Some decent signings in the summer and I think we can stay up again. Wagner should get a contract for at least five years to be honest!


Ince moving to Stoke seems a strange piece of business from the point of view of both Town and his career progression. Unsure

https://www.bbc.co.uk/sport/football/44938650

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He’s a decent player who I’m sad to see go to be honest, he could so easily have got double figures with the amount of chances he had over the season, we’ll see if it’s the right or wrong move over the season! But on the other hand, if we can sign a player with some of the money we’ve got from him that would be good, I’ve seen a couple of players linked that we could sign.

Just as a side note though, the scorers between the two clubs on Boxing Day are now playing for the other team!



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Huddersfield would be looking at spending around £30m to £40m on a striker but with increased TV money and the sale of Ince this is probably within their means.


FCUtdWill
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Huddersfield would be looking at spending around £30m to £40m on a striker but with increased TV money and the sale of Ince this is probably within their means.


I don’t think we need another striker if DW plays 4-2-3-1 as both Mounie and Depoitre are decent, it’s creating the chances for them that will be looked at when we make signings. Diakhaby can play on either wing, we’ve been linked to Limbombe and he can play on the wing. We may play 3-5-1-1 against the bigger teams, like Chelsea & Man City in the opening two games for example.



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