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View DANGERCLOSE's Profile DANGERCLOSE Flag london 04 Mar 24 9.46am Send a Private Message to DANGERCLOSE Add DANGERCLOSE as a friend

Originally posted by DANGERCLOSE

So do we keep Ward for another season? I would sell Eduoard and cash in on Olise or Eze to finance our transfer budget, Get in a decent backup striker

I think defo keep Ward on for another season as back up for a center back and let the rest of out of contract players go.

Transfers we should be looking at back up wing backs,centerback and striker. We could save a bit of money if we bring in Danny Imray, Tayo Adaramola.

 

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View Willo's Profile Willo Flag South coast - west of Brighton. 04 Mar 24 9.58am Send a Private Message to Willo Add Willo as a friend

Originally posted by DANGERCLOSE



I think defo keep Ward on for another season as back up for a center back
and let the rest of out of contract players go.

Transfers we should be looking at back up wing backs,centerback and striker. We could save a bit of money if we bring in Danny Imray, Tayo Adaramola.

Joel Ward has served the club admirably over the years but he will be 35 this year and I believe it is time to move on.

We have gallivanted down the alley of extending the contracts of players in the twilight of their careers much to the chagrin of many supporters and I suspect it is in Ward's interests to play regularly at a club lower in the pyramid rather than just as a 'Backup' at CPFC.

 

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View Nicholas91's Profile Nicholas91 Flag The Democratic Republic of Kent 04 Mar 24 10.48am Send a Private Message to Nicholas91 Add Nicholas91 as a friend

Got this back from Simon Stone on BBC if of interest to anyone:

Nick: Hi Simon, A great start for Glasner at Palace followed by a crashing back to reality. What would you expect from him and therefore what expectations can Palace fans hold? Thanks in advance

Simon: Well, given the furore around Roy Hodgsonís departure, the first thing I would expect is a more expansive approach to the game. That has to be combined with results but given how awful Burnley and Sheffield United have been, that Luton are struggling to pick points up and Everton and Forest are both facing charges for breaching Premier League regulations, I would be staggered if Palace end up in a relegation fight. Palace did move in this direction before with Patrick Vieira. Glasner clearly has more experience Ė and a stronger track record of success, so in theory, the appointment is an exciting one. But, as you alluded to, Palaceís current reality is what it is. Eberechi Eze scored at the weekend. Michael Olise didnít play. Palace canít be the attacking force they want to be without those two operating in tandem.

 


Now Zaha's got a bit of green grass ahead of him here... and finds Ambrose... not a bad effort!!!!

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Originally posted by Nicholas91

Got this back from Simon Stone on BBC if of interest to anyone:

Nick: Hi Simon, A great start for Glasner at Palace followed by a crashing back to reality. What would you expect from him and therefore what expectations can Palace fans hold? Thanks in advance

Simon: Well, given the furore around Roy Hodgsonís departure, the first thing I would expect is a more expansive approach to the game. That has to be combined with results but given how awful Burnley and Sheffield United have been, that Luton are struggling to pick points up and Everton and Forest are both facing charges for breaching Premier League regulations, I would be staggered if Palace end up in a relegation fight. Palace did move in this direction before with Patrick Vieira. Glasner clearly has more experience Ė and a stronger track record of success, so in theory, the appointment is an exciting one. But, as you alluded to, Palaceís current reality is what it is. Eberechi Eze scored at the weekend. Michael Olise didnít play. Palace canít be the attacking force they want to be without those two operating in tandem.

Yeah, i saw this, nice one btw Nick & good answer too.

I know its the bbc, but them & sky really do seem to think we are just a two man team & when they are out(which is quite a lot) we're rubbish, tho possible true sometimes. On the flip side, as long as they do keep thinking that, it means we have more chance of keeping our star players & we can quietly go about our business of staying in the EPL for another season at least. just my thoughts.

 


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View Painter's Profile Painter Online Flag Croydon 04 Mar 24 11.25am Send a Private Message to Painter Add Painter as a friend

Originally posted by Badger11

If they move to a top 6 club that may not be an issue. Those clubs have good enough squads to rotate, unlike Palace who flog em to death and then wonder why they get injured.

I would hardly call, playing one game a week as flogging them to death. Top clubs rotate players as they involved in midweek euro and cup games, we arenít . Expecting a player to play once a week, seems a reasonable ask.

 

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Originally posted by Nicholas91

Got this back from Simon Stone on BBC if of interest to anyone:

Nick: Hi Simon, A great start for Glasner at Palace followed by a crashing back to reality. What would you expect from him and therefore what expectations can Palace fans hold? Thanks in advance

Simon: Well, given the furore around Roy Hodgsonís departure, the first thing I would expect is a more expansive approach to the game. That has to be combined with results but given how awful Burnley and Sheffield United have been, that Luton are struggling to pick points up and Everton and Forest are both facing charges for breaching Premier League regulations, I would be staggered if Palace end up in a relegation fight. Palace did move in this direction before with Patrick Vieira. Glasner clearly has more experience Ė and a stronger track record of success, so in theory, the appointment is an exciting one. But, as you alluded to, Palaceís current reality is what it is. Eberechi Eze scored at the weekend. Michael Olise didnít play. Palace canít be the attacking force they want to be without those two operating in tandem.


Try asking ITVX for their opinion. You are likely to get a response on the Eagles in another sport. They are so off the pace.

 

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View dreamwaverider's Profile dreamwaverider Online Flag London 04 Mar 24 11.32am Send a Private Message to dreamwaverider Add dreamwaverider as a friend

Originally posted by DANGERCLOSE

Juventus are ready to compete with Premier League clubs for Michael Olise by offering a player in part-exchange

They could allow Argentina forward Mathias Soule to move the other wayí

This would be a good deal

Dreamy thought.

 

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View grumpymort's Profile grumpymort Flag US/Thailand/UK 04 Mar 24 11.45am Send a Private Message to grumpymort Add grumpymort as a friend

Originally posted by Dubai Eagle

Could you please add a set piece coach to those dreams, lol



We already have.

Michael Angerschmid and Ronald Brunmayr have taken over the role


Originally posted by Painter

I would hardly call, playing one game a week as flogging them to death. Top clubs rotate players as they involved in midweek euro and cup games, we arenít . Expecting a player to play once a week, seems a reasonable ask.


But that is not how it works.

Take a look at this seasons schedule.

Top clubs rotate because they can and you use different players based on opposition as well.

Edited by grumpymort (04 Mar 2024 11.51am)

 


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View Painter's Profile Painter Online Flag Croydon 04 Mar 24 12.23pm Send a Private Message to Painter Add Painter as a friend

Originally posted by grumpymort


But that is not how it works.

Take a look at this seasons schedule.

Top clubs rotate because they can and you use different players based on opposition as well.

Edited by grumpymort (04 Mar 2024 11.51am)

My point related to the accusation that our players are flogged to death. I donít think playing once a week constitutes that.

 

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Originally posted by Painter

My point related to the accusation that our players are flogged to death. I donít think playing once a week constitutes that.


If the players only had to play once per week yes that would be fine but it's not the case for a large % of the time doesn't matter who you are.

 


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Originally posted by Nicholas91

Got this back from Simon Stone on BBC if of interest to anyone:

Nick: Hi Simon, A great start for Glasner at Palace followed by a crashing back to reality. What would you expect from him and therefore what expectations can Palace fans hold? Thanks in advance

Simon: Well, given the furore around Roy Hodgsonís departure, the first thing I would expect is a more expansive approach to the game. That has to be combined with results but given how awful Burnley and Sheffield United have been, that Luton are struggling to pick points up and Everton and Forest are both facing charges for breaching Premier League regulations, I would be staggered if Palace end up in a relegation fight. Palace did move in this direction before with Patrick Vieira. Glasner clearly has more experience Ė and a stronger track record of success, so in theory, the appointment is an exciting one. But, as you alluded to, Palaceís current reality is what it is. Eberechi Eze scored at the weekend. Michael Olise didnít play. Palace canít be the attacking force they want to be without those two operating in tandem.

Nothing about climate change, the women's game or diversity? Simon's in trouble now.

He could have at least added 'who knows about next season with rising temperatures causing possible flooding and freak weather events. Here's an update on Crystal Palace women - attached and can you fill in my diversity questionnaire - attached. Thankyou, Simon he/him.

 


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View palace99's Profile palace99 Flag New Mills 04 Mar 24 3.31pm Send a Private Message to palace99 Add palace99 as a friend

Originally posted by DANGERCLOSE

So do we keep Ward for another season? I would sell Eduoard and cash in on Olise or Eze to finance our transfer budget, Get in a decent backup striker

you can only sell someone if there is a taker.

I think his high wages will put off most potential suitors so he will be with us next season will see out his contract and leave on a bosman.
There is a decent player in there, but it appears he will never fulfil his full potential.
After Benteke, he was a bad fit for the club. Just too lazy. Someone like an Andy Johnson who runs his socks off every game would be nice. Out of our league now but Watkins when at Brentford was similar.

 

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