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KYLIE MINEAGLE 18-03-2019 09:32 PM

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Originally Posted by ExiledStirling (Post 14694709)
Yes 2-0 up after 30 mins or so.. we were all over them.. then for the next hour they took us apart and they went 5-2 up.. only for us to batter them in the final 15 mins, and get one back, when in truth it should have been more.. It is a game that stands in my memory more than many and and though we lost Ii came out of the ground as a 10 year old very proud of the team.

Tambling 2 Birchenall. Law 2 Best 3. Remember the game well. Very Pardewesque performance before anyone had heard of him.

bestperch 12-07-2019 12:18 AM

Oct 76 visit to Brighton scheduled for 9:00 on Wed 24 July on BTSport2

Stats74 30-08-2019 09:56 AM

Keep an eye out on BT Sport...the other night Big Match Revisited featured Palace v Charlton in Dec 1974. It was the main game with Malcolm Allison talking Brian Moore through the game at the end. After all these years supporting Palace, I didn’t know Paul Hinshelwood played as a No10 not just at right-back.

TC EAGLE 30-08-2019 10:49 AM

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qPGDgAuEN3U

TC EAGLE 30-08-2019 11:00 AM

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Mk5ubcStjsU

Sleeping Giant 30-08-2019 12:26 PM

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Originally Posted by TC EAGLE (Post 14901170)

Thanks so much for posting this. Not seen it before.:p

Nth Kent Eagle 30-08-2019 12:57 PM

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Originally Posted by TC EAGLE (Post 14901170)

Yuk. Those "two exciting young managers" Venables and Mullery?

jhc 30-08-2019 01:13 PM

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Originally Posted by Stats74 (Post 14901128)
Keep an eye out on BT Sport...the other night Big Match Revisited featured Palace v Charlton in Dec 1974. It was the main game with Malcolm Allison talking Brian Moore through the game at the end. After all these years supporting Palace, I didn’t know Paul Hinshelwood played as a No10 not just at right-back.

He started out as a centre forward, but for one reason or another it just didn’t work out. I’m pretty sure that’s where the ‘Doris’ tag come from. His conversion to right back proved to be inspired. Arguably our best ever in that position.

Andrew Aitchison 30-08-2019 02:38 PM

[QUOTE=jhc;14901318] Iím pretty sure thatís where the ĎDorisí tag come from. QUOTE]

Thought that was because of that dodgy perm?

jhc 30-08-2019 02:55 PM

They all had dodgy perms in those days:D

Thought it was because some fans said he played like an old woman when he played up front, but I stand to be corrected on that!

Whatever, I’ll always regard him as being our best ever right back. A wonderful player & competitor.

monkey 31-08-2019 07:16 PM

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Originally Posted by jhc (Post 14901318)
He started out as a centre forward, but for one reason or another it just didnít work out. Iím pretty sure thatís where the ĎDorisí tag come from. His conversion to right back proved to be inspired. Arguably our best ever in that position.

Turning a forward into a classy right back seems to be our thing:D

Dobbo 08-11-2019 10:59 AM

Enjoyed watching the home FA Cup 3rd round 1970-71 game against Chelsea on BT Sport last night.
Was at the game and conditions underfoot were the worst I've ever seen. Most players wore baseball boots as so slippery. They still managed to put on a great spectacle for a massed vocal crowd though. Alan Birchenall particularly impressive against one of his old clubs. Bought back great memories of that team.
Jackson
Sewell. McCormick. Blyth. Wall
Scott Payne Kember Taylor T
Queen Birchenall

Stats74 19-11-2019 12:49 PM

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Originally Posted by Dobbo (Post 14969028)
Enjoyed watching the home FA Cup 3rd round 1970-71 game against Chelsea on BT Sport last night.
Was at the game and conditions underfoot were the worst I've ever seen. Most players wore baseball boots as so slippery. They still managed to put on a great spectacle for a massed vocal crowd though. Alan Birchenall particularly impressive against one of his old clubs. Bought back great memories of that team.
Jackson
Sewell. McCormick. Blyth. Wall
Scott Payne Kember Taylor T
Queen Birchenall

Never seen that one before. Caught it this morning. Nice goal to go ahead. Loved half-time draw being done by John Hollins and the ref as they walk off. Think they just wanted to get in the warm dressing room! See if they can get Van Dijk to do the draw at the weekend!

CP Satellite 19-11-2019 09:21 PM

[QUOTE=Andrew Aitchison;14901380]
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Originally Posted by jhc (Post 14901318)
I’m pretty sure that’s where the ‘Doris’ tag come from. QUOTE]

Thought that was because of that dodgy perm?

Pretty sure it’s a reference to Doris Day from his time in the Palace Youth - very similar hairsyles!

Paul Hinshelwood was also known as ‘Fish’ to fellow Palace players and staff due to his drinking exploits!

Sewell's lob 06-12-2019 01:52 PM

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Originally Posted by Dobbo (Post 14969028)
Enjoyed watching the home FA Cup 3rd round 1970-71 game against Chelsea on BT Sport last night.
Was at the game and conditions underfoot were the worst I've ever seen. Most players wore baseball boots as so slippery. They still managed to put on a great spectacle for a massed vocal crowd though. Alan Birchenall particularly impressive against one of his old clubs. Bought back great memories of that team.
Jackson
Sewell. McCormick. Blyth. Wall
Scott Payne Kember Taylor T
Queen Birchenall

That was the match I picked out in another thread as the best atmosphere I'd experienced at a Palace game.

Polak 10-12-2019 09:15 AM

Friday 13th December on BT Sport 2:
3am-4am - 29/4/79 Palace v Notts County
4am-5am - 6/5/79 Orient v Palace not mentioned in the summary but it was shown back in the day so I assume that it will be again.
5am-6am - 13/5/79 Cup Final edition. Can't remember whether they had any clips of the Burnley match.

Grim Reaper 25-05-2020 12:40 AM

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Originally Posted by ExiledStirling (Post 14694709)
Yes 2-0 up after 30 mins or so.. we were all over them.. then for the next hour they took us apart and they went 5-2 up.. only for us to batter them in the final 15 mins, and get one back, when in truth it should have been more.. It is a game that stands in my memory more than many and and though we lost Ii came out of the ground as a 10 year old very proud of the team.

Good memories of that game, despite it being before I was born. The only time I've ever watched it was on the supporters coach to the Villa Park semi final. Slightly strange to show us losing to boost morale for the day.

I guess the coach organisers knew what we'd be getting at VIlla Park that day

BuktaBoy 30-06-2020 11:17 PM

Everyone go to EPISODE 4 NOW @ 41 mins. Goes offline in a few hours so not long but there is an incredible piece of Palace history after Best’s goals vs Northampton. Enjoy.

BuktaBoy 30-06-2020 11:18 PM

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Originally Posted by BuktaBoy (Post 15282249)
Everyone go to EPISODE 4 NOW @ 41 mins. Goes offline in a few hours so not long but there is an incredible piece of Palace history after Bestís goals vs Northampton. Enjoy.

This is on ITV player under sports section.

StanRd2005 27-08-2020 11:44 AM



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