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Preston 4 - Palace 1

Second Round Capital One Cup

Deepdale

28/8/12

Attendance: 5,194

Referee: Ilderton

Preston
4 - 1
Palace
Wroe (2, 63), Sodje (18), Monakana (41)
 
Wilbraham (37)
 
Venue: Deepdale
 
Attendance: 5,194
The Teams
Simonsen
 
 
 
Price
 
 
Laird
 
 
 
Ward
 
 
Huntington
 
 
 
Wright
 
 
Wright
 
 
 
Martin
 
 
Keane
 
 
45
 
Moxey
 
 
Wroe
 
 
 
Blake
 
 
Monakana
 
 
 
Williams
 
 
64
Proctor
 
 
 
O'Keefe
 
 
Welsh
 
 
 
Wilbraham
 
 
Hayhurst
 
 
58
 
Appiah
 
 
45
Sodje
 
 
68
 
De Silva
 
 
45
Substitutes
Stuckmann
 
 
 
Speroni
 
 
Robertson
 
 
45
 
Ramage
 
 
Buchanan
 
 
58
 
Parr
 
 
Beardsley
 
 
68
 
Dikgacoi
 
 
King
 
 
 
Garvan
 
 
64
Amoo
 
 
 
Moritz
 
 
45
Cummins
 
 
 
Zaha
 
 
45
Game Statistics
9
Goal Attempts
16
9
On Target
5
5
Corners
8
12
Fouls
7
4
Yellow Cards
2
0
Red Cards
0
50
%
50




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Date:Tuesday August 28 2012

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After the dust settles on this match, it is very clear that unless this collection of players start playing as a team, start scoring goals and start keeping clean sheets the 2012/13 season will end in only one way for Palace. I have never been so worried since I started supporting Palace 40 years ago! If we are not in the habit of winning matches by the end of September then we will be in a lower division next season. That is the only reward that Palace will get unless they start trying harder, working harder and believing in themselves.
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28/08/2012 22:16:00

Confidence or new players bedding in? It takes time to gel, but we shouldn't be seeing results like this whilst that happens as the core of the side should be enough to see us through whilst others adjust. We are missing Paddy clearly, but there are players in the team who need to step up and lead by example now. There's more than enough time to turn this round, but we can't get stuck in a rut.
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