FYP Issue 51 still available to download for just £1

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Like Connor Wickham the FYP Fanzine has been away for a while but also like Connor Wickham we are back!

It's been over a year since our last issue but after making some changes behind the scenes we have returned with our latest issue which is on sale against Fulham this Saturday (February 2nd, 2019)

And folks, it's a hell on an issue. Packed full of lots of lovely Palace content, this 48-page issue considers:

  • Whether Wilf's time may be up at Palace,
  • Whether Dougie is still a Palace hero
  • Considers the benefits of young players moving abroad to develop their games - think Mandela Egbo.
  • Also inside is a cracking review of our 1989 promotion season written by the founders of the original CPFC fanzine, Eagle Eye.
  • An interview with Dominic Fifield - the media man Palace fans can trust.
  • And the first in a series of columns written by our former manager, Alan Smith.


Paper copies of FYP 51 sold out against Fulham but you can buy and download an electronic copy for just £1 here.


Re-live Jason Puncheon on the FYP Podcast as he leaves for Huddersfield

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Jason Puncheon has left Palace for Huddersfield on loan until the end of the season.

It looks very much like he won't be coming back to the Eagles as his contract runs out at the end of the season, meaning his four year spell at Palace has come to an end.

Back in May 2017, shortly after he was made club captain, Punch appeared on the FYP podcast, alongside Steve Browett, and chatted about a range of subjects, including...

  • Puncheon being made captain and how he is handling it
  • The importance of Wilf, Mama and Townsend
  • His thoughts on referees and video assistance
  • Being dropped for the FA Cup final and that goal
  • An apology for THAT hat-trick for Millwall back in 2011
  • And lots more...

He also answered your questions and has a special message for Palace fans.

Listen to a very special episide of the FYP Podcast as Punch ends his spell at Palace...

The best way is to subscribe on iTunes here

And if you enjoy the pod please leave a review on iTunes as it helps us jump further up the ol' iTunes charts!

You can stream the pod right now here 

You can download the pod directly via this link.

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Android users can use this feed to download and listen

You can listen on Acast here, should you be that way inclined

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Subscribe to the FYP Extraaa Podcasts now on Patreon

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Sit yourself down, mummy and daddy have some news.

We want to stress from the start that we still love you very much and that will never change, but this is something we just have to do.

From right now, our post-match extraaa podcasts will be Patreon-only, meaning you will have to be part of the FYP Patreon team to get them.

But the good news is it's just £2.65 a month to be able to do so, that's half the price of a match-day programme at Selhurst!

To sign up simply go here.

This will be effective from the Watford away game on Sunday August 26th so to make sure you get that pod and all future extraaa pods in your inbox sign up now!

By signing up you don't just get the extraa pods but access to exclusive giveaways and breaking FYP news regarding future pod guests and live shows before anyone else.

The main weekly, full-length, hour long podcasts will be remaining free though! 

We look forward to having you on board!

Team FYP


Vote for FYP in the Football Supporters' Federation awards!

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Get the tuxedo our, we've been nominated for an award!

FYP is up for 'Best Fan Media' is the prestigeous Football Supporters' Federation annual awards and you can vote for us to win!

We're up against some pretty big names including, The Anfield Wrap and Arseblog, but your votes could help us upset the big boys and take home the award.

Go to www.fsf.org.uk/vote to vote for us please!

There are also some pretty big names attending on the night in terms of players. 

In the Men’s Player of the Year category, there are two nominees apiece for Pep Guardiola's table-topping Manchester City and Champions League finalists Liverpool, with Raheem Sterling and 2014 Player of the Year winner Sergio Agüero representing the Sky Blues, and Mohamed Salah and Virgil van Dijk for Jürgen Klopp's Reds. Battling it out with them for top honours are Chelsea's Eden Hazard and Leicester's Harry Maguire.

This is the third year that the FSF are celebrating the Women’s Player of the Year. The shortlist was compiled after bringing together the FAWSL Supporters' Player of the Year Award winners for 2017/18, with a panel convened by leading women's football magazine She Kicks picking their top six performers from that selection.

WSL1 Spring Series champions Chelsea are represented by Fran Kirby, alongside Keira Walsh from runners-up Manchester City. WSL1's top goalscorer Ellen White makes the cut for Birmingham City, with Arsenal's Beth Mead, Reading's Remi Allen and Sunderland's Lucy Staniforth rounding out the shortlist.

Kevin Miles, chief executive of the Football Supporters’ Federation, said: “Fans are a huge part of the game at all levels, and the FSF Awards in partnership with Virgin Media give the fans the chance to have their say on the very best in all aspects of the game.

“We’re delighted that once again Virgin Media are showing their support for football supporters. Having backed our work on Twenty's Plenty, they’ve once again supported fans in backing our awards.”

Go to www.fsf.org.uk/vote to vote for us please!