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Delaney, Lee and Cavalieri let go by the Eagles

June 8 2018

Damien Delaney

Damien Delaney

Crystal Palace trio Damien Delaney, Lee Chung-yong and Diego Cavalieri have been released by the club.

Delaney has been at Selhurst Park since August 2012 and played an integral part in Palace's promotion to the Premier League that season.

The Irishman continued to be a regular in the back line up until last term and played 193 times, scoring seven goals, with the most notable being the long-range strike against Liverpool in 2014.

Now aged 36, the former Ireland international centre half has returned to his hometown to play for Cork City.

South Korean midfielder Lee was a February 2015 buy from Championship club Bolton Wanderers, with Barry Bannan going the other way on loan as part of the deal.

He was never a regular in the Eagles team and played 50 matches during three-and-a-half years at the club, netting twice. He too scored a cracking long-range effort, in the last minute at Stoke City in December 2015.

Goalkeeper Cavalieri, 35, only joined on a short-term contract in March until the end of the season due to the injury of Julian Speroni and didn't get a game.

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