Pardew: Palace established

Pardew: Palace established

Crystal Palace manager Alan Pardew has urged his squad to believe they are now 'established' in the Premier League.

Chamakh puts Palace in top 10

A rare Marouane Chamakh goal secured Crystal Palace a top-half finish as they beat Swansea City 1-0 on the final day of the season.

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Pardew doubts Palace repeat

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Alan Pardew says it is going to be difficult to repeat Crystal Palace's sensational second half of the season when the 2015-16 campaign starts.

Palace keen to keep Bolasie

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Crystal Palace boss Alan Pardew reckons it is best for Yannick Bolasie to stay at Selhurst Park for another season.

Palace bid farewell to five

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Peter Ramage and Owen Garvan are among five players who will not be offered new contracts by Crystal Palace at the end of the season.

Monk expects Michu departure

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Garry Monk does not expect Michu to return to Swansea next term following his season-long loan spell at Napoli.

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