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View Harry Haddock's Profile Harry Haddock Flag 02 Jan 19 3.12pm Send a Private Message to Harry Haddock Add Harry Haddock as a friend

Originally posted by RH8Eagle

Hi Harry I usually drive and parking is available on the streets around the ground, but gets filled up quite fast closer to the ground. The parking near the high street will be pay and display so what I would recommend would be park on the side of the ground in your homeward direction and walk about 3/4 of a mile. If you get there early you can park closer to the ground but obviously getting away can be slower.

Thanks for that.

 

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View chris123's Profile chris123 Flag hove actually 02 Jan 19 3.23pm Send a Private Message to chris123 Add chris123 as a friend

This has been recommended before - but for drivers there is a Travelodge in Caterham, just inside the M25 & with a 30 min train run into Norwood Junction on match days. Just to add it's got a big car park.

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View Harry Haddock's Profile Harry Haddock Flag 02 Jan 19 3.54pm Send a Private Message to Harry Haddock Add Harry Haddock as a friend

Originally posted by Lakeview

As an exiled-to-Lincoln Palace supporter, I now have a season ticket at Lincoln City, so have seen a few games v Grimsby. Grimsby support is strong & vocal and should bring energy to Selhurst Park in a way that some Premiership clubs don't. Grimsby should be respected by Palace; they will be determined and well supported and they are on a good run including beating one of league Two's better sides, Exeter, on Saturday despite being down to 10 men. Having said that: Come on Palace!

I don't usually bet on my own team but I've just had a quid double on Lincoln and Grimsby both to win on Saturday.

Returns £529!! Worth a quid of anyones money I reckon, you never know.

Edited by Harry Haddock (02 Jan 2019 3.54pm)

 

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View Spiderman's Profile Spiderman Flag Horsham 02 Jan 19 4.08pm Send a Private Message to Spiderman Add Spiderman as a friend

Originally posted by Harry Haddock

What about parking we're coming by car and was wondering what parking is like near the ground. Or would you advise parking at a train station somewhere and catching the train to Thornton Heath or Norwood Junction?

Edited by Harry Haddock (02 Jan 2019 2.41pm)

SP is in a built up residential area so parking can be limited, especially without "local knowledge" if you get there early may be lucky but 5.30 on a Saturday could be dodgy. When I have travelled away I have used a website JustPark to find spaces near grounds, have to pay but could be worth a look.
There is limited parking at the ground but it is max 4.5 hours so probably not your best option. Good luck anything else please ask or send pm

 

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View merganser's Profile merganser Flag 02 Jan 19 4.21pm Send a Private Message to merganser Add merganser as a friend

Like us, GTFC have their own Jimmy Mac.

James McKeown is a superb keeper and probably ought to be playing at a higher level.

 

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View Isley46's Profile Isley46 Flag Sanderstead 02 Jan 19 4.48pm Send a Private Message to Isley46 Add Isley46 as a friend

Originally posted by Harry Haddock

Thanks for that.

Or try parking in Clifford Road SE25 - parking is free and you can nearly always find a space. Then just walk through the tunnel under Norwood Junction station.

Failing that, another alternative is to park near Purley Oaks station (Purley oaks road side - again free) and jump on the train to Selhurst or Norwood Junction - train takes about 10 mins - there's one about 4:20pm straight to Norwood Junction.

 

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View Booted Eagle's Profile Booted Eagle Flag Bristol 02 Jan 19 5.47pm Send a Private Message to Booted Eagle Add Booted Eagle as a friend

Originally posted by Isley46

Or try parking in Clifford Road SE25 - parking is free and you can nearly always find a space. Then just walk through the tunnel under Norwood Junction station.

Failing that, another alternative is to park near Purley Oaks station (Purley oaks road side - again free) and jump on the train to Selhurst or Norwood Junction - train takes about 10 mins - there's one about 4:20pm straight to Norwood Junction.

If the game goes the same way as Chelsea he could quite easily park comfortably in the Grimsby penalty area.

 


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I'll be extremely disappointed if no youth players are in the squad this weekend. I'd even take just having 2 or 3 on the bench, as long as some of them get a chance.

 


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View kenbarr's Profile kenbarr Flag Jackson Heights, Queens, New York ... 03 Jan 19 1.38am Send a Private Message to kenbarr Holmesdale Online Elite Member Add kenbarr as a friend

It is on ESPN+ (a pay streaming service) in the USA. I've already paid $50 to stream the Prem matches. I could get the "7 day free trial" but only if Palace reach the final.

 


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chateauferret Flag 03 Jan 19 2.04am

Originally posted by Eewires

According to the FA it is to be live televised overseas, but not in the UK. Certainly hasn’t been listed by either BT or BBC, and they have the rights.



FFS. Every season this sort of s*** boils my p*** more and more.

If broadcasters are making games available overseas it would be a piece of p*** to make them available here even if it were only on streamed channels over the Internet. It's ridiculous giving exclusive rights to broadcasters who don't make the game available but who go to any lengths to stop anyone else from showing it.

And this time it's the BBC, so let's see, I'm paying for a TV licence so that this British public organisation can broadcast UK sporting events in other countries that I'm not allowed to see myself?

If you live near the ground you can go to the match, and if you live in another country you can see it on cable or satellite but for football fans who live in the UK but can't get to the match you are stuffed.

Can someone please tell me why this is a reasonable state of affairs given the technology available? Because I'm still struggling.

 


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chateauferret Flag 03 Jan 19 2.17am

Originally posted by Booted Eagle

If the game goes the same way as Chelsea he could quite easily park comfortably in the Grimsby penalty area.

Is that not assigned to the away team bus?

 


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I'd like to see wholesale changes for this one, with Hennessey, a back 4 of Ward, Kelly, Dann, Schlupp with Meyer and Wickham starting as well. If Luka picked up his fifth booking is he suspended for this match or Watford?

 


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