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THE SPECTRE of the Nationwide League may be hanging over Crystal Palace's attempt to secure the services of Terry Venables but, even if the Premiership's bottom club are relegated, they may still be able to dangle the lure of European football.

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Football: Goldberg spreads a profusion of confusion

THE picture at Crystal Palace should become slightly more transparent tomorrow after the chairman-elect, Mark Goldberg, has met his choice as the club's manager, Terry Venables. For the moment the changes at the club which took its name from the magnificent Victorian structure built largely from glass seem about as clear as mud.

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MARCELO SALAS, Chile's Wembley hero, could have come to England for half the pounds 12m being paid by Lazio, it emerged yesterday.

Football: Leaburn leads rout of Palace

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Football: FA intends to bring no further action over the Sheringham transfer that sparked inquiry

The Football Association stressed last night that no further charges are planned as a result of the Premier League's investigations.

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