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Crystal Palace 2010/11 Home kit Medium

Crystal Palace 2010/11 Home kit Medium

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Condition: ★★★★★ 

Lets be honest, Crystal Palace was pretty bad in the 2010/11 season but this kit is in excellent condition.  It has Nike's Dri Fit Technology and it's a size Medium.

In the 2010/11 season, Crystal Palace Football Club, which competed in the English Football League Championship (the second tier of English football), had the following performance in various competitions:

  1. EFL Championship (Football League Championship): Crystal Palace finished in 20th place out of 24 teams in the EFL Championship during the 2010/11 season. They had a challenging season and narrowly avoided relegation to the third tier of English football.

  2. FA Cup: Crystal Palace had a decent run in the 2010/11 FA Cup. They reached the third round of the competition before being eliminated.

  3. Football League Cup (EFL Cup): Crystal Palace's performance in the EFL Cup in the 2010/11 season was relatively unremarkable. They were knocked out in the second round by Portsmouth.

Some of the key players from that season included:

  1. Nathaniel Clyne: Nathaniel Clyne was a highly regarded young right-back who emerged as one of the team's standout players. His impressive performances earned him a move to Premier League club Southampton at the end of the season.

  2. Darren Ambrose: Darren Ambrose was an influential midfielder for Crystal Palace in the 2010/11 season. He was the team's top scorer and was known for his ability to score from midfield.

  3. Julian Speroni: The Argentine goalkeeper, Julian Speroni, was a consistent and reliable presence in goal for the club. He was a fan favorite and played a crucial role in the team's efforts to avoid relegation.

  4. Wilfried Zaha: Although he was just a teenager at the time, Wilfried Zaha was already making his mark for Crystal Palace. His flair, skill, and potential were evident, and he would go on to become a key figure for the club in the coming years before moving to the Premier League with Manchester United.

  5. James Vaughan: James Vaughan was a striker on loan from Everton during the 2010/11 season. He contributed with important goals for the team.

  6. Kieron Cadogan: Kieron Cadogan was a young talent in the squad who showed promise as a winger. He made appearances during the season.

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