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Palace Announce League 25

Palace Announce League 25

Crystal Palace have named the 25 man squad that will take part in the Premier League this season, and there are some notable absences.

Ian Holloway talked last night about some players being disappointed that they were left out, but in likelihood those players will find themselves out on loan shortly so they don't waste six months to a year of their careers.

The 25 man squad can again be altered in the January window.

Players under the age of 21 don't have to be awarded a number as they can still be called upon if required.

1. Neil Alexander
2. Barry Bannan H
3. Yannick Bolasie
4. Marouane Chamakh
5. Damien Delaney
6. Kagisho Dikgacoi
7. Danny Gabbidon H
8. Dwight Gayle H
9. Elliot Grandin
10. Adlene Guedioura
11. Jack Hunt H
12. Mile Jedinak
13. Jimmy Kebe
14. Adrian Mariappa H
15. Patrick McCarthy H
16. Dean Moxey H
17. Stuart O'Keefe H
18. Jonathan Parr
19. Kevin Phillips H
20. Lewis Price H
21. Jason Puncheon H
22. Cameron Jerome H
23. Julian Speroni
24. Jerome Thomas H
25. Joel Ward H

H denotes a played classed as homegrown.

Notable absences for the first half of the campaign are Stephen Dobbie, new signing Florian Marange, Owen Garvan and Aaron Wilbraham.

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Writer:Eddy Eagle
Date:Wednesday September 4 2013
Time: 6:13PM

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Several of the squad are way way below the fitness levels for Premier League football. I hope this is a priority at the club now!
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04/09/2013 18:54:00
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