2017 Season

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2017 Schedule
0-0-0, 6th in English Premier League
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3hPeter O'Rourke

Palace set to name De Boer coach - sources

Crystal Palace have offered Frank De Boer the manager's job and he is likely to take it, sources with knowledge of the situation told ESPN FC.

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10dPeter O'Rourke

Galtier on Palace boss shortlist - sources

Galtier played alongside Eric Cantona, who was banned from football for nine months after his kung-fu kick on a Palace fan at Selhurst in 1995.

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11dIan Holyman

Adebayor: Joining Palace was huge error

Adebayor, 33, joined Palace in January 2016, six months after leaving Tottenham, but made just 12 league appearances.

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13dChris Wright

Palace's cheeky General Election gag

The General Election in the U.K. gave Crystal Palace an open goal for a bit of light relief on Friday.

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22dKweséESPN Reporter

Ghana's Appiah signs for Wimbledon

Wimbledon have completed the signing of Crystal Palace's Ghana international Kwesi Appiah, the League One side have confirmed.

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27dRob Sutherland

Zaha deal underlines Palace's pull

Crystal Palace and Wilfried Zaha have grown together. The new deal signals another chapter in the story.

29dIain Macintosh

Macintosh: "Big Sam" will be missed

Iain Macintosh: Clearly there ain't no party like a Big Sam Allardyce party, but sadly for the Premier League, that party's finally drawn to a close.

Extra Time: Replacing Allardyce; sell Sanches? (5:02)
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30dRobert Sutherland

Palace need to pick up where Allardyce left off

Sam Allardyce was in charge of Crystal Palace for only five months, but his sudden departure leaves the club reeling in a precarious time of year.

The reasons behind Allardyce leaving Palace (2:43)
31dPA Sport

Allardyce anticipating a 'difficult' summer

Crystal Palace's Sam Allardyce is anticipating a "difficult" summer as he looks to build on his achievement of steering the club away from relegation.

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31dRobert Sutherland

Allardyce saves Palace from disaster

Palace expected to challenge for a top-half finish but instead narrowly escaped relegation. Yet late-season wins over top-six sides offer some solace.

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32dIain Macintosh

Klopp ousts Arsenal, United; Chelsea shine

And just like that, the 2016-17 Premier League came to an end. It has been a campaign of highs and lows, as Iain Macintosh points out.

32dRob Sutherland

Tepid end to the season for Crystal Palace

It was a tepid end to the season for Crystal Palace, who lost 2-0 at the youngest ever Manchester United side to play in the Premier League.

32dPA Sport

Pogba, Man United youngsters beat Palace

Josh Harrop introduced himself to Old Trafford as the debutant's stunning strike helped the youngest Man United team in Premier League beat Palace.

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34dPA Sport

Allardyce focused on future, not the past

Sam Allardyce is happy to have "put the past in the past" after bouncing back from his England disappointment to keep Crystal Palace in the Prem.

RankingsEnglish Premier League

Goal Difference-1311th
Goals Scored509th
Goals Conceded63Tied-13th