All the news from SE25 in the last 24 hours
Interim boss Noel King will cut the 26-man squad to 23 after this weekend.
Darron Gibson, Andy Reid and Anthony Stokes have been recalled afterGiovanni Trapattoni’s departure .
The Liverpool line-up on Saturday is the subject of some debate, with a projected team given on here – Here Is The City
Liverpool could move to the top of the Premier League table with a win against Crystal Palace this weekend.
Brendan Rodgers’ side are two points behind Arsenal which means victory at Anfield would see them top the table until at least Sunday afternoon, when the Gunners travel to West Brom.
This is an important game for Liverpool who were exposed in their last league game at Anfield against a very efficient Southampton team.
Here is the side Liverpool may go with.
I’ve looked at our chances of success at Anfield, the omens don’t appear all that promising – HLTCO
Brendan Rodgers has cultivated a style of play on Merseyside far removed from the archaic stylings of his immediate predecessor Kenny Dalglish. Following a spell with Swansea that saw him graduate from a young manager learning his trade, into a deep strategic thinker, Rodgers has taken to the task of reshaping Liverpool’sbloated squad like a figurative duck to water.
CRYSTAL Palace have terminated Florian Marange’s contract – after both parties admitted his move to the Eagles was a mistake.
The 26-year-old made the switch to Selhurst Park on August 16 on a free transfer from Bordeaux.
There is an excellent statistical preview of our trip to Merseyside here – Who Scored
It doesn’t get any easier for Holloway’s Palace side, who have struggled to acclimatize in the top flight and look short of ideas in attack, as they face a Liverpool side that recently welcomed back star man Luis Suarez.
KG is confident that we will turn our fortunes round sooner rather than later – BBC Sport
South Africa midfielder Kagisho Dikgacoi is confident Crystal Palace can turn their Premier League form around and avoid relegation.
Palace are next to bottom in the table with only three points from six games since promotion from the Championship.
Plans are afoot to rebuild the Crystal Palace on its original site, 77 years after it burnt down – Londonist.com
A £500 million proposal to rebuild the Crystal Palace moved a step closer today, as the Chinese ZhongRong Group revealed detailed plans of the scheme, first dangled earlier this year. The investment group wants to build a full-scale replica of the building in Crystal Palace Park, which would itself be spruced up.