The promoted side were beaten 2-0 at Selhurst Park
The historical midweek win over Valencia backed up by Premier League victory
Crystal Palace manager Ian Holloway gritted his teeth, kept his temper in check and conceded Premier League referees have an impossible job.
Eagles manager was banned for criticising the referee in their first game back in the Premier League but chose not to speak out over the controversial penalty decision
The newly promoted side have lost both their Premier League games
The 27-year-old played under Ian Holloway at Blackpool
Manager brought up on two charges
Holloway appeared to suggest his side hadn't been treated fairly
Midfielder is not in Rodgers first-team plans and may seek a short-term move away from Anfield in search of regular football
Watford had 14 players on loan last season
Holloway is tempted to ask new United boss Moyes if he can borrow Zaha
Ian Holloway wants veteran striker to help team's tilt at Premier League after his winning goal
Staff encouragement was overt. They would facilitate lesbian relationships
Neither side could find a goal at Selhurst Park
Crystal Palace would have gone second had they beaten Birmingham City at home this evening, and most expected them to do just that. But they failed emphatically, and were well beaten 4-0, their first home defeat since August and their worst home league loss since 2009.
Brighton and their supporters had double cause for celebration yesterday after their first home win over arch-rivals Crystal Palace since 1988 and three points that take them back into the play-off picture following three games without a victory.