The FA has ruled that Vieira will face no further action over his altercation with an Everton fan at Goodison Park.
“We will want to give a really good performance. I think our fans deserve that and this is what we will try to do."
“It’s the aggression towards the opposition, it’s swarms of people around one or two people. That doesn’t sit well with me at all."
An Everton 'fan' got on the pitch and taunted Patrick Vieira. What is wrong with these people?
“We are supporting Jake and we are fighting against any kind of discrimination.”
Crystal Palace boss Patrick Vieira has admitted Conor Gallagher may see his next step as returning to Chelsea.
Vieira played 406 times for Arsenal and 651 times overall in his club career while the World Cup winner also made 106 appearances for France.
Watford’s relegation from the Premier League could be confirmed when they travel to boss Roy Hodgson’s former club.
"I think it’s important for players to understand that we are a team and everyone has an important role to play.”
"It’s quite a strange comment. You can watch the game again. Some were quite lucky not to get a yellow card."
"Performance not our best but defensively very stable. Second clean sheet in a row, five games unbeaten."
The Eagles host Leeds on Monday night eager to end a three-game losing streak.
"It is where we learn about players and what they want to achieve and what we want to achieve as a football club."
"We were close but there is still a big gap between Chelsea and ourselves."
Gallagher has been blocked from playing against parent club Chelsea on Sunday.
"We want the same approach. To play as best as we can and try and win the game. We’re ambitious."
Gallagher has been instrumental to Palace on loan from Chelsea this season.
"We have time to think about the FA Cup. The main focus is about Leicester and putting (out) the best squad to win the game."
Mike Dean has admitted he was “a bit nervous and a bit scared”…
"All credit to him and the work he’s been doing. The results he’s had lately have been really positive."
“We have to wait and see how he is tomorrow and what happens over the next couple of days."
Vieira and Rooney have become the first two inductees of 2022.
"But it is just a step forward. We are only in a semi-final. Of course, it’s a big step for us, we will enjoy it."
"We’re going to play a strong team and want to go to the semi-final.”
"We struggled a little bit. The guys who were playing were playing good, that's why I didn't make changes."
“He is happy being with us and enjoying his football. Hopefully he will be with us for a long, long period of time.”
“His focus is to finish the season well and finish as well as he started, this is the main concern."
Stan Collymore has out Stan Collymore'd himself here.
"It was a really good team performance. The first half was one of the best [performances of the season]."
"I believe his name will be or should be taken into consideration."