Jonathan's scoring records are far from impressive. However, even though his stats may go against him, Pardew is known for bringing the best out of players who are seemingly less talented than most.
The odds are in Tottenham's favour as they look to overcome Alan Pardew's troubled Crystal Palace at White Hart Lane on Saturday.
Liverpool have rejected Crystal Palace's second bid for Christian Benteke due to the unrealistic add-on clauses included in the offer for the Belgian.
It was 1990 all over again for Alan Pardew and Crystal Palace as the Eagles' long wait for a major trophy continues after an FA Cup final loss to Louis Van Gaal's Manchester United.
Crystal Palace could be forgiven for feeling rather hard done by after Sunday's 2-1 defeat to Liverpool, where a controversial 96th minute penalty was awarded against them for an alleged foul by Damien Delaney on substitute Christian Benteke.
Chelsea FC take on Alan Pardew's Crystal Palace in the lunch-time kick-off on Sunday looking for their first win under new manager Guus Hiddink, with the Blues picking up just two points from their first two games under the Dutchman
Patrick Bamford wants to leave Crystal Palace as things haven't turned out as he expected them to
Speaking to the BBC's 5live Sport, Crystal Palace co-chairman Steve Parish said that he won't stand in the way of his manager Alan Pardew should Spanish giants Real Madrid come calling following the incredible run of results that Palace have enjoyed under Pardew.
Liverpool FC players and fans alike would be all too aware of their woeful record against Crystal Palace in recent times. The Eagles have won three out of their last five face-offs, with one draw as well. Who can forget the painful farewell game of Steven Gerrard, a match that ended with a 3-1 scoreline. And before that, in 2013-14 season, Crystal Palace produced an outstanding fight-back to go from 3-0 to 3-3, and put a nail in Liverpool’s title challenge.
TOTTENHAM HOTSPUR FC v CRYSTAL PALACE FC White Hart Lane, London Sunday 20th September, 2015, 1230 GMT *** Mauricio Pochettino hosts Alan Pardew in Tottenham’s first London Derby of the season. Will Palace leave their rivals to dust or will Spurs end Pardew’s good form? Of the five London teams playing in the Premier League, 4 of them this week will face off in heated and much anticipated London Derbies. With Arsenal and Chelsea set to lock horns at Stamford bridge, North London’s Tottenham welcome city rivals Crystal Palace to their home in what is sure to be an action packed thriller of a game. With just three points and six places separating the two teams, the result of this game is no doubt very important to how the table would look on Monday. Team Tactics Tottenham Hotspur Tottenham Hotspur are as unpredictable as the London weather. With their third game at home, Mauricio Pochettino will look to ensure his […]