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SportIt's 'Crystal Palace' - Sheffield United mocked for fixtures typo

12:02  13 june  2019
12:02  13 june  2019 Source:   goal.com

Crystal Palace eyeing £30m deal for Watkins and Maupay

Crystal Palace eyeing £30m deal for Watkins and Maupay Crystal Palace are considering a £30m double swoop for Brentford’s Neal Maupay and Ollie Watkins. According to the Sutton and Croydon Guardian, Palace are interested in a deal to sign the Brentford pair this summer. The report claims that Roy Hodgson is keen to strengthen his squad ahead of next season and has identified the pair as players who can add goals to his team. Maupay was one of the best players in the Championship this season and scored 28 goals in all competitions for Brentford, only Tammy Abraham for Aston Villa and Teemu Pukki for Norwich scored more.

Sheffield United have waited 12 years to be back in the Premier League, but one of their new top-flight rivals is already mocking them. Sheffield United are set to welcome the Eagles to Bramall Lane on August 17, who were listed as 'Crsytal Palace ' in the fixtures .

Sheffield United have waited 12 years to be back in the Premier League, but one of their new top-flight rivals is already mocking them. Thursday' s release of the fixtures for the 2019-20 Premier League season saw the Blades revel in their return to the big time. But unfortunately for their social media

It's 'Crystal Palace' - Sheffield United mocked for fixtures typo © Getty Images Sheffield United celebrate promotion to the Premier League

Sheffield United have waited 12 years to be back in the Premier League, but one of their new top-flight rivals is already mocking them.

Thursday's release of the fixtures for the 2019-20 Premier League season saw the Blades revel in their return to the big time.

But unfortunately for their social media team, the graphic they used to list the fixtures, which has now been taken down, included a mistake in their first home game.

Sheffield United are set to welcome the Eagles to Bramall Lane on August 17, who were listed as 'Crsytal Palace' in the fixtures.

"It's 'Crystal Palace'," the Selhurst Park club pointed out on Twitter. "Welcome to the Premier League."

Chris Wilder's side are away to Bournemouth on the opening weekend of the season.

Palace to use Zaha's sell-on clause as a bargaining chip in Wan-Bissaka talks.
Crystal Palace are hoping to use the sell-on clause in Wilfried Zaha’s contract as a bargaining chip in Manchester United’s pursuit of England U21 star Aaron Wan-Bissaka. According to reports on the Guardian, both teams have met, and talks over the weekend seem to have resulted in a more realistic offer for Wan-Bissaka. Reports say that there will be another meeting this afternoon to finalise some of the finer details. The offers put in for Wan-Bissaka have so far been rejected but the hope is that the next one is closer to their £50 million asking price. If the third offer falls slightly below Palace’s asking price there will be room for bosses to negotiate.

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