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In pictures: Premier Palace

August 9 2017

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As the Premier League celebrates its 25th birthday, take a look back at moments from founder members Crystal Palace's 1992/3 campaign.

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Gareth Southgate tracks Alan Shearer on the opening day of the season which ended in a 3-3 draw.

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Current Academy coach Richard Shaw in defensive duties away at Coventry City.

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New signing Chris Armstrong celebrates his second goal at home to Oldham.

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Wales international Chris Coleman was an ever present in the Eagles line-up.

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Midfield ace Gareth Southgate wearing the 'Brazil' away kit at Forest.

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Palace reached the semi-final of the League Cup but were knocked out by Arsenal.

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Midfielder Simon Osborn was a youngster given an opportunity in the Premier League.

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As was fellow 'Bisto kid' Simon Rodger, in action against Chelsea.

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Tricky winger Eddie McGoldrick was another popular player at Selhurst Park.

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Geoff Thomas, in the background away at Middlesbrough, skippered the side.

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However, the Eagles struggled through much of the season and were heading for the drop when they faced Man Utd in April 1993.

Steve Coppell's men were then relegated on goal difference after a final-day loss at Arsenal.

See the 1992/93 results

The final 1992/93 table

The 1992/93 squad

1992/93 transfers

Watch all the goals from the beleaguered campaign below...

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