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Football: Johnson's rise shows no barrier is too high for the Setback Kid

REJECTED BY Luton Town, rebuffed by Birmingham City and threatened by relegation with Crystal Palace - Andrew Johnson's rise to the brink of an England debut against the Netherlands in tomorrow's Villa Park friendly is a classic case of resilience in the face of setbacks.

Football: Nolan rides his luck to increase Dowie's sense of injustice

Crystal Palace 0 Bolton Wanderers 1

Nolan rides his luck to increase Dowie's sense of injustice

Crystal Palace 0 Bolton Wanderers 1

FOOTBALL: Nolan leaves Palace's future on the line

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Nolan leaves Palace's future on the line

Crystal Palace 0 - Bolton Wanderers 1

Football: Dowie turns on Jordan as Palace fail at the sales

IAIN DOWIE has questioned the ambition of the Crystal Palace chairman Simon Jordan and fears his squad is not strong enough to stay in the Premiership.

Routledge 'stays at Palace'

The Crystal Palace manager Iain Dowie believes he has won his battle to keep Wayne Routledge at Selhurst Park until the end of the season.

Palace show Routledge the reasons to stay on

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Spurs envy the invention of Routledge

Crystal Palace 3 - Tottenham Hotspur 0

Johnson double fuels Palace fears of raid in transfer window

Crystal Palace 2 - Aston Villa 0

Boa Morte conducts the revival as Dowie fumes

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Palace's blunt finish exposed by Primus

Crystal Palace 0 - Portsmouth 1

Dowie on the offensive in the battle of wounded ego

Iain Dowie, the Crystal Palace manager, yesterday hit back at Martin Jol for making "defamatory comments" and told the Tottenham manager to talk face to face rather than behind his back.

Presence of Adams and Strachan is threatening for Wigley

Southampton 2 - Crystal Palace 2

Kluivert's power makes 'Incredible' look ordinary

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