Despite the excitement of Freddie Sears's loan and Rhoys Wiggins's injury, Jamesey braves the wrath of HOL to see a film with no Palace connections whatsoever, apart from a tinge of the absurd.
Jamesey hopes for his sake that Simon Jordan's film producing career is as successful as our chairman thinks it will be.
Jamesey strolls down to his local multiplex to catch "Looking for Eric" and is disappointed by a great director's latest movie.
Jamesey takes a personal look at the sweet (not many) and sour (quite a lot) moments of a generally mediocre season.
Not the storming end to the season we had hoped for after going down 2-0 to Doncaster Rovers, reports Jamesey.
Nigel Clough brought his Derby County team to south London but returned to the Midlands a disappointed man after a 1-0 defeat, reports Jamesey.
The only Easter eggs opened at Selhurst would have had a bad smell rising from them after two more losses. Jamesey reports.
Another Academy 'kid' comes good as Kieron Cadogan scores to grab a point for Palace. Jamesey reports.
Jamesey trekked to west London to see Palace earn a point from an uninspiring 0-0 draw with Queens Park Rangers.
In Jamesey's view, our greatest ever manager - and he's cheered and groaned through quite a few
Jamesey shakes his head in bewilderment as our exasperating team defied all expectations and turned in a win against Swansea City.
Spring was in the air on Saturday for our home date with Preston North End. But Jamesey took his seat with trepidation after our recent slump in form....
Another dismal night at Selhurst as Palace lost 0-1 to Wolves. Jamesey squelched along to watch the proceedings.
For maybe the third time in his decades-long support of CPFC, Jamesey declined to attend a game he could have gone to.
Jamesey reflects on a dismal succession of results... and things aren't much better off the pitch either.
It's certainly a grim start to 2009 for the Eagles, with four defeats on the trot. Jamesey reports.
Jamesey reflects on our 1-0 away league defeat against Charlton at the Valley on Tuesday.
The Golden Boys of Watford certainly showed the Midas touch to eject Crystal Palace from the FA Cup at the second hurdle. Jamesey reports.
It was a game full of drama but there was little for home fans to celebrate when Ipswich's Tractor Boys ploughed furrows galore in Selhurst brows, rep...
Jamesey relished a full-blooded game of football when Palace grabbed a point away at Bramall Lane.
We had to huff and puff in the second half but ultimately got the right result - a 2-1 victory over Doncaster Rovers. Jamesey reports.
Judging by a recent interview with our chairman Simon Jordan, the sooner we find an interested buyer for the club the better, says Jamesey.
After the massive success of A Selhurst Christmas Carol last year, the Selhurst Players have pleasure in presenting another pantomime at the Holmesdal...
Jamesey is delighted with our 0-2 win away to Coventry but tries not to get too carried away.
We now have scored 17 goals, conceded 17, have 17 points and are 17th in the CCC table. Not so sweet 17, says Jamesey.
Over 15,000 brave spectators braved the awful weather to see Palace lose 1-2 to Nottingham Forest. Jamesey wasn't among them.
The latest news from Selhurst Park seems in tune with the world in general... unremittingly bleak, according to Jamesey.
Jamesey enjoyed CPFC's emphatic 3-0 win over Barnsley but reflects on real fans' losing battle with TV and the fluctuations in footballers' fortunes.
Job done at Forest with a 0-2 victory. Jamesey reflects on an excellent result, and the fickleness of fame.
SE25 was a joyous place to be on an autumn Tuesday night when Crystal Palace secured their first league win against Charlton Athletic in 12 years. Jam...
Jamesey tries to look on the bright side of life...
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