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Crystal Palace DSA create new ‘Stronger Together’ banner

'Stronger Together' is the message Crystal Palace disabled supporters are sending to Roy Hodgson, his players and staff at the club.
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The message is carried on a brand new banner created by the disabled supporters association.

Photos of a number of members, including patron Julian Speroni (former Crystal Palace goalkeeper), feature across the length of the banner.

The banner will be displayed at future Crystal Palace home games in various locations around Selhurst Park to show that even though the fans have been absent, the team still have their full support.

Press and player liaison officer Karen Green said: “A huge thank you to the Rotary Club of Caterham who sponsored the banner and without their support, we would not have been able to get behind the team in this visual way. We would also like to thank New Ink Printers based in Caterham for producing the finished banner.”

Caterham Rotary Club president Geraint Jenkins said: “I am delighted that we have been able to support the CPFC DSA in this way and hope that this will bring great joy to everyone as well as encouraging people of all disabilities to support the association and visit Selhurst Park to support the Eagles!”

The association exists to provide an effective channel of communication between its members and the Club, representing their views and seeking to enhance their matchday experience.

Membership of the association is open to all Crystal Palace disabled supporters including their family and friends and personal assistants.

For more details, please email