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Palace
2 - 1
Charlton

Championship

Selhurst Park

2/2/13 3:00pm

Attendance: 17,945

Referee: Halsey

PalaceCharlton
Murray (75 - 79)Fuller (15)
Speroni     Hamer    
Moxey     Evina    
Delaney     Morrison    
Ramage     Solly    
Richards     Cort    
Butterfield     46 Devite    
Marrow     Jackson     82
O'Keefe     67 Wagstaff     73
Bolasie     67 Pritchard    
Zaha     Wilson     81
Murray     Fuller    
Substitutes
Price     Button    
Parr     Taylor    
Blake     Wiggins     73
Williams     67 Stephens    
K Phillips     46 Haynes     81
Dobbie     67 Wright-Phillips    
Wilbraham     Kermorgant     82
Game Statistics
15
Goal Attempts
10
7
On Target
7
5
Corners
7
9
Fouls
12
0
Yellow Cards
0
0
Red Cards
0
40
%
60

Writer:VitalPalace
Date:Saturday February 2 2013
Time: 5:01PM

Comments

0
OK! Its an old one - We have played far better and lost. Posession stats prove we were far from our pacy passing posession game! Changes + injuries unsteady most sides for a while. Kev - cool n skillfull. Murray - what a finisher. And the rest - no one let their heads go down - and kept working - good sign.
cannonball
02/02/2013 19:52:00
0
Good and positive way to bring our recent run to an end. Hopefully Holloway's additions will more than do the job for us.
Eddy Eagle
02/02/2013 23:20:00
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