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06 December 2015

Crystal Palace Football Club and their arch rivals

In an interview with Crystal Palace’s official website in September, two former Crystal Palace greats offered some unique insight into their experiences playing for Crystal Palace and discussed some of the clubs biggest rivals over the years. We are talking about none other than the formidable John Salako and Mark Bright.

These two former Eagles legends have both not only played for Crystal Palace, but also had tenures at Charlton Athletic Football Club. Charlton Athletic is undoubtedly one of Crystal Palace’s main rivals. Having played for both South London clubs, Salako and Bright certainly know what it’s like to be faced with thousands of angry opposition fans.

Even though they have hung up their football boots, both former Eagles are still highly involved in football. John Salako is one of the first team coaches at Crystal Palace working with Alan Pardew and Mark Bright is T.V. pundit that makes appearances on channels such as BBC, British Eurosport and Al Jazeera.

Salako and Bright were not on the same page when it comes to who they thought were the clubs biggest rivals. The Nigerian born Salako ranked Brighton as the number 1 nemesis, and put Millwall and Charlton in second and third spot respectively. On the other hand, Bright put Charlton Athletic at second place and said that the rivalry sparked off in more recent times when the clubs had to share Selhurst Park for a brief period.

Putting the views of the two legends aside, it is no secret that the four clubs (Charlton Athletic, Crystal Palace, Millwall and AFC Wimbledon) are all bitter rivals of each other. Anytime two of these clubs play against each other, it is known as the South London Derby and you can expect a fierce game of football.

However, the fact is that Crystal Palace has enjoyed more success in the recent past and is the only team among the four to be playing top division football currently.  In fact, they are not just surviving in the premier league but are even thriving. The club’s recent success also includes a new sponsorship deal with Mansion Group. Mansion Group is a reputed online gaming company that owns several online casinos such as Mansion Casino.

The Eagles have set the benchmark for the other South London football clubs and the future looks promising for Alan Pardew and his boys. Visit the official Crystal Palace website here – http://www.cpfc.co.uk/



#crystal-palace #john-salako #mark-bright

03 May 2015

Hazard’s goal against Crystal Palace

Eden Hazard missed a penalty but still was able to score with his head! The only goal in the match against Crystal Palace gave Chelsea another English Premier League title!



#chelsea #crystal-palace #eden-hazard

28 May 2013

Crystal Palace wins the Play-offs

Crystal palace celebration after beating Watford for 1-0 and winning the Play-offs!



#crystal-palace #permier-league

01 January 2017

Giroud backheel vs Crystal Palace

Good start of year for the Frenchman Olivier Giroud. With this backheel, he gave the victory to Arsenal vs Crystal Palace



#arsenal #olivier-giroud

23 May 2016

Alan Pardew Dnace

Have you seen the Manchester United and Crystal palace in FA Cup Final? Have you seen Alan Pardew’s dance performance? Here it is in 8bit version.



#alan-pardew #crystal-palace

13 January 2014

Puncheon missed penalty

One more to enter the list of worst missed penalties! This time, Jason Puncheon kicks the ball far away in the match between Tottenham Hotspur and Cristal Palace



#crystal-palace #jason-puncheon #tottenham-hotspur

27 October 2019

Guendouzi vs Zaha

Football or Rugby? Matteo Guendouzi tackles Wilfried Zaha!



#wilfried-zaha #arsenal #premier-league #crystal-palace #matteo-guendouzi

26 November 2016

Fernando Llorente

Swansea City just beat Crystal Palace in a match of nine goals. They were ahead by 3-1 but saw their opponent score four goals in a row and turn the game around. Fernando Llorente scored twice in the additional time to assure the victory to the Welsh team.



#fernando-llorente #swansea-city

18 October 2013

Paddy Power Top 10 #BallofShame moments of history

Our second collaboration with Paddy Power features now the worst #BallofShame of football’s history.


Sepp Blatter announces Qatar as the World Cup 2022 host.


Eric Cantona’s kung fu kick on a Crystal Palace supporter

 



#argentina #eric-cantona #france #italy #liverpool #luis-suarez #manchester-united #marco-materazzi #paul-gascoigne #roy-keane #sepp-blatter #southampton #thierry-henry #vinne-jones #zinedine-zidane

21 December 2012

Cantona kung fu kick

25th January 1995, Cantona forgot about the match against Crystal Palace for a while to kick something else… or someone else.

Eric Cantona (Manchester United)



#eric-cantona #manchester-united #kung-fu