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The Crystal Palace manager, Iain Dowie, is looking for his side to follow their excellent performance against the champions, Arsenal, with another big game against Manchester United in the League Cup tonight.

Johnson deepens the gloom for Bruce

Birmingham City 0 - Crystal Palace 1

Charlton dismiss announcer for taunts

Charlton have sacked their stadium announcer Brian Cole for taunting bitter rivals Crystal Palace before Wednesday night's League Cup tie at The Valley.

Johnson strikes fear into Megson's ruins

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Dowie: 'I did far worse things on the pitch in my day'

The Crystal Palace manager Iain Dowie feels David Beckham may have been "a little bit silly" to admit he intentionally got booked against Wales - but declared himself guilty of far "worse things" during his own playing days.

Dowie signs new deal with Palace

Dowie attacks Palace critics

Dowie faces losing battle in Palace full of strangers

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Thorpe starts Rangers' rout of lethargic Palace

Crystal Palace's Premiership stay is over before it has begun. That, at least, is the gleeful verdict of QPR's supporters following their side's competent 3-0 demolition yesterday of the newcomers to the big- time.

Eagles have landed

Shipperley's goal is worth £25m as Dowie snatches ticket to the Premiership at expense of his old club

Popovic thrives under work ethic of new Palace management

Culture shock is probably the best phrase to describe the experience of Crystal Palace's players in the last five months as they have gone from being relegation contenders to First Division play-off finalists under the hyperactive guidance of their new manager, Iain Dowie, and the fitness coach, John Harbin.

Blackwell must wait as Parkin pulls out

Steve Parkin's proposed takeover of Leeds has collapsed, paving the way for the club finally to appoint Kevin Blackwell as manager today.

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